At the Electrochemical Society Conference this fall, Xtalic scientists, Dr. Jane Freydina and Dr. Josh Abbott, have described the details of reduction-oxidation reactions in ionic liquid plating. Ionic liquids can be used to electrodeposit metals that are otherwise difficult to plate in the presence of water. Dr. Freydina and Dr. Abbott have provide insight into [...]
Technology thought-leaders will gather in Washington, D.C. this week to take a deep dive into the cutting edge materials science that is used to improve fuel economy in automobiles. Xtalic will present our work entitled High-Strength Electroformed Nanostructured Aluminum for Lightweight Automotive Applications. This work is part of a $5M research award from the United [...]
We are pleased that nanostructured metal alloys have caught the interest and attention of Dr. Bob Mroczkowski, one of the leading experts in connector design and performance.
Our good neighbors here in Massachusetts are sharing some of our excitement is qualifying our new LUNA ® contact finish solution for USBc and other electrical connectors. Our thanks to the WBJ for picking this up.
Xtalic recently joined the LIFT consortium (Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow) to further develop expertise in high strength, lightweight aluminum alloy coatings. Xtalic is working with consortium partners to develop coating technology to improve both strength and corrosion performance.
Due to high demand in current products and the introduction of new solutions, Xtalic is looking to double our manufacturing footprint in Asia during 2016. The new footprint will include dozens of customer site installations along with 3rd party plating facilities that will work as our partners. This partnership will service customers that are in [...]