An invention from researchers at The University of Queensland has overcome an industry challenge of producing titanium (Ti) alloys with high strength and high ductility.  Alloys can be produced in-situ with an additive manufacturing (AM) approach and overcomes the problem of uniformly blending the various powders during preparation of the AM feedstock, thus creating high quality parts.

Key features

  • High strength and ductility without compromising either of the mechanical properties
  • Significant reduction of anisotropy
  • Simple bucket chemistry-based modification.


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