Do titanium inserts provide more strength in joints?

sarahedwards12
Asked Oct 13, 2015
Yes off course. Titanium's physical properties like flexibility, sustainability and adaptability to various external environment conditions makes it a good material option for threaded inserts. That is why it is in huge demand in manufacturing industry.

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LarryJohnes
Answered Oct 13, 2015
The list of titanium benefits is lengthy. This makes it incredibly useful for a number of different industries, including the automotive, aerospace and architectural worlds. But because titanium resists corrosion, is bio compatible and has an innate ability to join with human bone, it has become a staple of the medical field, as well.

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medicadimplants
Answered Mar 13, 2018

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