Among many precious metals, titanium has been the first priority in vaious applications such as aerospace, automotive, marine and medical sectors due its superior mechanical, electrochemical, and biocompatible properties. In this study, a new melting system with vacuum induction system for Ti6Al4V alloy was developed to recover titanium sawdust that was collected from medical implant machining industry. Prior to melting processing the recovered material was cleaned with ethyl alcohol and acetone (96% purity) to remove the coolant oil in the metal sawdust. After the melting and casting process, the mechanical and chemical properties of recycled titanium bars were investigated. Tensile strength, surface roughness and oxygen ratio results of Ti6Al4V bars were compared with the original material. SEM, XRD analyzes were also performed. The results reveal that due to insufficient vacuum, significant oxygen content was observed. However, despite high oxygen content, these recycled materials can be used in other applications.