Dynamet Inc., a subsidiary of Carpenter Technology Corp., has increased book prices on most of its titanium alloys by 5–12%, effective immediately on new orders. The price adjustments will not impact business covered under contract or negotiated supply agreements, said David L. Smith, vice president of sales and marketing for Dynamet. The price increases affect most of Dynamet’s product lines, he said. Increased demand for titanium alloys has resulted in higher raw material costs, capacity constraints and extended lead times, Smith said. Dynamet is implementing the price increases to offset those higher raw material costs, as well as increased energy and other operating costs.