“More than twice the strength of Titanium with the processability of plastics, Liquidmetal alloys are poised to render obsolete current materials technology.”

Liquidmetal technologies, is a creator of a new metallic, glass, substance that stores energy much better than stainless steel or Titanium.

See also: Wired: How ‘Liquidmetal’ Could Give the Next iPhone Its Special Swagger

Category: Technology, Video

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8 Responses to “Liquid Metal”

  1. Frilton Miedman says:

    I remember first learning about this in 2005.

    For materials traders, developments like this, plastics and carbon technology are also affecting metals/materials prices.

    Aluminum has been gradually replaced by carbon in the aviation industry, copper & lumber replaced with Aluminum cross-linked Polyethylene (PEX) & polyvinyl-chloride (PVC) in residential construction, and now these materials may replace steel in numerous applications.

  2. Through the Looking Glass says:

    I remember when they came out with a Liquid Metal driver (golf) and they had the ad using the tubes and balls as above to sell them as a “coming” out next month” item. Well people couldn’t wait to get them but when they did they found out that there was no magic there and may have performed worse than a steel head for springiness aka known a COR (coefficient of restitution). They were a flash in the pan as a company and many people just said that ad was a trick or just plain BS.
    So how are they using that ad now? To sell stock? LOL , I wish I had thought of that but I don’t tell lies to separate people from their money like Wall Street does.

  3. larrr1 says:

    why would you post this for an OTC stock with $1m in revenue

  4. manifest says:

    Scottie could have used this to save the whales!

  5. constantnormal says:

    I’d be quite surprised if this company has the ability to meet Apple’s production demands.

  6. jaysan says:

    Look at the chart of this stock since its IPO. Awful.

  7. V says:

    Why does everything have to be linked to the iPhone, it’s rather tiresome.

    $1B would be better spent on materials science than on Instagram any day of the week.

  8. V says:

    Thinking about this some more. Why would you want to make the case of the iPhone out of something that is extremely efficient at storing and then transmitting energy.
    Don’t you want a material that effectively dissapates energy, in the case of dropping a phone onto concrete?