The difference in microstructure between Liquidmetal alloy and other materials may be the most underappreciated difference between Liquidmetal alloy components and products manufactured with other techniques such as metal injection
Many experienced product designers confuse Liquidmetal Injection Molding with MIM* (Metal Injection Molding). In an attempt to clarify the difference we have been crafting our message more carefully, and our
As Liquidmetal Technologies manufactures parts for new and exciting applications, Liquidmetal alloys continue to gain substantial attention from material scientists and physicists due to the unique properties and performance advantages
In material science, deformation (described quantitatively as strain) occurs when a load (described quantitatively as stress) is applied to a material sufficient enough to cause the material to change shape.
For designers who have traditionally expected dull, unattractive and pitted surfaces of traditional metal injection molded and die-cast parts, seeing the gorgeous as-cast surface of a Liquidmetal part comes as