During an eventful week at the MIM2016 conference, members of the Liquidmetal team presented on Amorphous Metal Technology and R&D Efforts. At the only international powder and metal injection molding event of the year, Paul Hauck, EVP of Sales and Marketing, and Joe Stevick, Senior Physicist, introduced a new twist on traditional injection molding.
“The watch features a bi-directional, rotating diving bezel, made from black, polished ceramic, combined with a LiquidMetal® 12 hour scale, so that time can be kept with any country in the world.”
Just two days following the grand opening of the Liquidmetal Manufacturing Center of Excellence, all investors were invited to attend the Liquidmetal Technologies Annual Shareholder meeting and experience the newly upgraded facility first hand. The event kicked off with the Annual shareholder meeting, followed by presentations by Dennis Ogawa, Vice President Marketing, and Paul Hauck, Vice President World Wide Sales and Support. Following the presentations by Dennis and Paul, Tom Steipp, President and CEO, hosted a question and answer session with all investors present and invited guests.
October 13, 2014, Rancho Santa Margarita, California – Liquidmetal Technologies hosted fifteen North American Application Specialists, also known as manufacturer’s sales representatives (MSRs), for sales training. The daylong event covered every aspect of the company’s technology and involved the entire team behind Liquidmetal Technologies.
October 14, 2014, Rancho Santa Margarita, California – Liquidmetal Technologies held its first ever open house at the recently opened Liquidmetal Manufacturing Center of Excellence. Prospective customers from throughout the country flew in to experience the new facility, see the latest advancements in technology, and meet the Liquidmetal team in person.
Every day Liquidmetal® Technologies remains focused on the cutting edge of research and development of amorphous metal alloys (aka metallic glasses). One of the most important aspects of this effort is collaboration with outside researchers and universities. Recently, Liquidmetal scientists began a strong relationship with Vitrified Metals: Technologies and Applications in Devices and Chemistry by presenting at their 1st annual meeting.
Powder Injection Moulding International is the leading publication specifically for the metal, ceramic, and carbide injection molding industries. The publication is based in Shrewsbury, UK and is in its 8th year covering the industries. In PIM International’s September publication Liquidmetal® Technologies was featured in an article authored by Liquidmetal Vice President of World Wide Sales and Support, Paul Hauck. Paul utilizes his more than 27 years of experience in the MIM industry to share insights about MIM and Liquidmetal products. He provides a brief history of Liquidmetal Technology Inc. and compares and contrasts the two processes.
“The invitation to write the article for PIM International was a great opportunity to showcase and contrast the Liquidmetal process with Metal Injection Molding (MIM). Both technologies bring special processing capabilities for complex metal parts. The uniqueness of Liquidmetal’s single step process is one of its most notable differences with MIM,” said Paul Hauck, Vice President of Sales and Support, for Liquidmetal Technologies.
To read the article you can download a free copy at www.pim-international.com/magazine.
Liquidmetal Technologies was a featured exhibitor and presentor last week (Apr. 2-4) at the annual Advanced Aerospace Materials and Processes conference (AeroMat), which is considered the “premier conference for applied materials and processing for the global aerospace industry.”