New White Paper: A Case for Liquidmetal Alloys

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

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Liquidmetal Design Guide 3.0 Available For Free Download

As the Liquidmetal process and alloy continue gaining traction in a changing manufacturing marketplace, there is a growing need for comprehensive engineering information on the technology. Following its total update,

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Case Study: Liquidmetal Alloys in Sporting Arms

Sporting arms components face a unique set of challenges and requirements because of the complexity and nature of the equipment. Market demands typically incorporate weight, durability, customization, and precision as

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Case Study: Liquidmetal Alloys in SCUBA Equipment

Engineers face an extra challenge when designing and manufacturing metal parts for marine applications. The harsh oceanic environment wears on equipment with the corrosive nature of salt, along with other

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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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Blades, Knives, and Other Sharp Things

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.

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Function & Finish

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,

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Liquidmetal Perforators May Revolutionize Oil Well Completions

There is a secret to designing an explosive device that penetrates heavy armor. More than a hundred years ago designers discovered a munitions device is more powerful when the explosive

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