Originally Posted by theusualsuspect
I have access to tons of titanium you can have but it has to be melted. Primarily alloy Ti6Al7Nb. If you’re serious send me a private message. Make a few for yourselves, I only ask that I can somehow get one too!
Using Titanium on a firepan would be an economic crime. That being said, the ratio of specific gravity between stainless and titanium is 1.74; the roll thickness similarly would be 11 ga versus 16 ga on stainless. to meet the same weight. The heat loss on rolling would have to be reckoned with. I can get to temp on casting but not rolling.
* Over in that bastion of metallurgy, you got any magnesium?*
* Please buy Jake's firepan....He has three left. However, you all should consider the lighter mass pans. Less weight, more money, the American dream.