Amorphous metal biocompatibility summary

  A material’s success in the medical industry partly depends on its biocompatibility, and ability to be safely used in (or near) the human body. Most, if not all, medical

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Liquidmetal Technologies Begins Production Relationship With Medical Device Manufacturer CoNextions

Backed by an experienced team and a premier medical advisory board, CoNextions Medical looks to innovate soft tissue tendon repair. In an effort to find a manufacturing solution that allows

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Case Study: Liquidmetal Alloys in Minimally Invasive Medical Equipment

With a host of procedures covering a wide range of physical demands, minimally invasive medical devices are produced by the millions every year. Common procedures include: Aortic valve surgery, appendectomies,

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Pre-screening of Biocompatibility for Liquidmetal LM105 Alloy

We are very pleased to present the results from our first round of ISO 10993 testing for our latest commercial alloy, LM105. ISO 10993 is a set of standards used

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Top Four Advantages Liquidmetal Alloys Provide Medical Anvils

Surgical stapling procedures have been in practice for over 100 years. Hungarian physician Dr. Humor Hultl is credited as the first surgeon to utilize stapling on a patient. Various stapling

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Salt water Immersion Corrosion Testing

In a previous corrosion properties post we began a salt water immersion test – explaining results for the first and second month would be coming soon. A simple salt water

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Spring Prototype Test Results

One of the prototypes that we have produced recently is moving closer to production. The prototype showcases the extraordinary elastic properties of Liquidmetal as a clamp. To protect customer confidentiality,

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Liquidmetal Instruments & Components for Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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,

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