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Custom Handmade Timascus Mokuti Titanium Damascus Rods and sheet

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Port: Shenzhen, Shanghai and China's major ports
Payment Terms: L/C,D/A,D/P,T/T,Western Union,MoneyGram,Paypal
Supply Ability: 10000 Kilogram/Kilograms per Month
Place of Origin: Shaanxi China
Keyword: timascus
Color: Three or four colors
Certificates: ISO9001:20
Grade: TA1 TC1 TC4
Standard: ON-standard
Material: Titanium
Model Number: 5*73*300
Ti Content (%): 99.5
Processing Service: Bending,Welding,Cutting
Density: 4.51 G/cm^3
Surface: Polished
Brand Name: BJCJ
Lead time: 15-25days
Product name: Custom Handmade Timascus Mokuti Titanium Damascus Rods and sheet
Powder Or Not: Not Powder
Technique: forging
Application: Handicraft making
Packaging Detail: plastic bag cardboard then packed in wooden cases
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Timascus Rods

Consisting of two or more titanium alloys (currently CP and 6AL4V), Timascus is corrosion resistant, non-magnetic, and lightweight. It has the beautiful, upscale look of steel damascus without any of the disadvantages of steel that can disappoint some knife makers and collectors.
The timascus is made by placing these two different alloys of titanium into a metal box, filling the enclosure with inert gas and applying both heat and pressure to have the two alloys to forge laminated together.
hen coloring, the current formulation seems to show more contrast using heat rather than anodizing. All current safe coloring techniques can be applied to Timascus. Future alloy combinations will have different color profiles. (It is only meant for knife furniture as titanium does not form carbides and doesn't harden enough for a sound blade.)
working Timascus is essentially the same as any other titanium alloy except when milling. The blended types of titanium have different hardnesses sandwiched throughout the barstock. The varying hard and soft areas can cause wear on the cutting edges of tools. Use round-cornered cutters as they hold up better under machining.
Timascus is a beautiful fusion of old world decorative techniques and modern metal-smithing.
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