Titanium processing is currently one of the most difficult metals in the industry. Titanium has the characteristics of lighter weight than ordinary steel metals, higher strength, metallic luster, and good corrosion resistance. Due to its stable chemical properties, high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, strong acid resistance, strong alkali resistance, and low density, it is often used in industries with high standards such as medical, military, and aerospace, especially in the human body. The metal material is used in the medical treatment of titanium bone nails and titanium implants. The cutting force during titanium processing is only slightly higher than that of steel with the same hardness, but the processing of titanium alloys is much more complicated than ordinary steel.