There are many manufacturing methods and materials available to designers of metal components today. The processes each offer different benefits but are never without trade-offs. Similarly, different materials allow for
One of our most popular case studies compares various manufacturing methods for a missile component that controls flight. Supersonic missiles are highly sensitive to the exact geometry of control surfaces and precision
The following prototype showcases the extraordinary elastic properties of Liquidmetal as a clamp. To protect customer confidentiality, we have disguised the geometry but are reporting actual results. We hope these
Liquidmetal alloy has high resistance to corrosion for a number of reasons. Firstly, crystal defects, such as grain boundaries and dislocations, can act like galvanic cells to initiate localized corrosion
UPDATE: The Liquidmetal Hybrid Knife is now available for purchase on our website. Formed using the Liquidmetal process, the hybrid knife is artistically designed and backed by a breakthrough technology.
In the parts industry, there are mechanical parts (brackets, frames, mounts, housings, etc.) which drive product performance and cosmetic parts (bezels, cases, trim, grilles, etc.) which drive product appeal. Often,
Liquidmetal has made millions of parts for cell phones for marquee customers, including Samsung, Nokia, and Motorola. Apple now holds an exclusive license for Liquidmetal consumer electronics. Why Liquidmetal? A
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is widely used for imaging soft tissue in clinical and pre-clinical medicine for many reasons. Not only does MRI provide excellent contrast between various tissue types,