Ti has high strength, good corrosion resistance, is lightweight and shows good biocompatibility. It has thus been used extensively for mechanical and medical structural components. On the other hand, the disadvantages of Ti include a high melting point, ease of oxidization at high temperatures, low specific heat and low thermal conductivity. There are three specific problems associated with Ti metallurgy. The first is that powder metallurgical processing requires high temperatures and a high vacuum, the second is that samples produced by existing powder metallurgy techniques have a low density, and the third is the occurrence of burning because of a local temperature rise during the cutting process. Therefore, in the present work, a new high-speed, room-temperature molding process involving compression rotation shearing was developed. This method can be used for solidification of metal powders by enforced plastic flow and breaking of oxide films. Therefore, no external heat is required and the molding time is short. The proposed method represents an easy approach to consolidating high melting point metallic materials.