Ductility of the binary titanium aluminides, at room temperature, has been established as poor whence they are impossible to form into structures by means of conventional manufacturing techniques. To promote their use, powder metallurgy (PM) process routes seek to add, by alloying, several metal elements to the master alloy (Ti+Al) in order to produce valuable aerospace structures. This route to powder production is expensive and time consuming while only one alloy can be studied, optimized and catalogued at a time. With the advent of additive manufacturing, in particular powder bed process, sophisticated structures can be built, however PM problems are still inevitable. Understanding laser cladding process, this study ought to use the laser direct metal deposition (DED) technique called Laser Engineering Net-Shaping (LENS) in the development of TiAl alloy(s) and structure(s). This study established that different phase(s) and refined structure(s) can be produced, in-situ, by just tweaking certain process parameter(s).