Metalworking and microcasting
Titanium is a lightweight, hypoallergenic and very strong corrosion resistant material.
It’s traditionally used in the medical device industry for the production of prostheses, thanks to its countless properties like self-cleaning and biocompatibility. However, in recent years, titanium has also made its debut in jewellery, eyewear and goldsmithing, although in these industries it is used for more aesthetic purposes, thanks to oxidation which means it can be coloured without the use of dyes.
That’s why we’ve been microcasting metals like titanium for over 20 years, because it guarantees a lightness that no other metal has, as well as also making it possible to create objects in multiple colours.