Biomechanical Characteristics of Commercially Pure Titanium Sheets and its Application in Cranial Implants

Jovani Castelan and Vilson Gruber


Titanium, biomechanical characteristics, incremental sheet forming, Cranial Implants


The aim of this study is the evaluation of mechanical and biomedical characteristics of commercially pure F67 grade 2 titanium sheets and its application in cranial implants. Through tensile tests, it was shown that the material has good ductility, a important characteristic that allows the implant manufacturing by incremental sheet forming.

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