Liquidmetal Technologies Inc.(LQMT), the leading developer of amorphous alloys and composites, has completed the first shipment of full production components as produced by its certified Liquidmetal manufacturing partner.

“This shipment represents an important milestone for our company, advancing us beyond our previous lab and production-prototype capabilities,” said Tom Steipp, LTI’s president and CEO, in the press release. “Production prototype parts are necessary for our customers to analyze and qualify parts before full production runs that will occur on a recurring basis. In this case, that process progressed from lab-prototype parts produced in the Liquidmetal R&D facility to production-prototype parts built in our contract manufacturing facility and culminated with fully qualified production parts shipped monthly from our manufacturing partner in Colorado.”

This full production capability validates the commercial value of Liquidmetal parts to this customer and gives us important experience in working through the full sales process to the point where our contract manufacturing partner can operate without R&D or engineering oversight.

“This customer has realized the unmatched value of our amorphous alloy technology in producing strong, corrosion-resistant parts,” continued Steipp. “Their application is an ideal showcase for our Liquidmetal technology, and is helping to pave the way to greater market adoption across a number of industries.”

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