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Titanium rod forgings may face the following common problems during the processing:

Cutting difficulty: During the cutting process, it may lead to accelerated tool wear, machining difficulties, and chip tightness. It is necessary to use appropriate cutting techniques, tool materials, and cutting fluids, and strictly control cutting parameters.

Hot cracking problem: Titanium alloys are prone to thermal stress during forging and precision machining, which may lead to hot cracking problems. Therefore, attention should be paid to controlling the heating and cooling rates during the processing to reduce the risk of thermal cracking.

Metal grain growth: During the processing, titanium alloys are prone to metal grain growth, which may lead to a decrease in material plasticity and affect mechanical properties.

Surface quality: Cutting marks caused by cutting, surface defects generated during deformation, and other issues may affect the surface quality of titanium rod forgings.