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Series C - IV | Alive

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Last Raised

$1.38M | 2 yrs ago

About Liquid X Printed Metals

Liquid X, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is an advanced material manufacturer of functional metallic inks that takes an application from prototype to production.Liquid X partners with manufacturers within the electronics industry to develop and print functional components utilized in various devices, including sensors; heating elements; smart textiles, and many others. Through our proprietary particle-free inks, printing capabilities, and technical expertise, we have the ability to take an application from concept to commercialization using additive manufacturing techniques.

Liquid X Printed Metals Headquarters Location

252 Parkwest Drive

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15275,

United States


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Liquid X Printed Metals Patents

Liquid X Printed Metals has filed 11 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Coordination chemistry
  • Organometallic chemistry
  • Coordination compounds
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Organometallic chemistry, Coordination chemistry, Transition metals, Semiconductor device fabrication, Coordination compounds


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Related Topics

Organometallic chemistry, Coordination chemistry, Transition metals, Semiconductor device fabrication, Coordination compounds



Latest Liquid X Printed Metals News

From gold and silver to Pittsburgh’s Liquid X Printed Metals

Mar 13, 2014

Thursday, March 13, 2014 A Pittsburgh startup is performing a form of alchemy, converting gold and silver into ink that can be used in a variety of industries from automotives to consumer electronics to medical devices. Liquid X Printed Metals , a spinoff of Carnegie Mellon University , has developed a proprietary technology to transform various metals into ink form, which is then deposited onto a wide variety of substrates. When heated at low temperatures, the ink converts to the base metal and exhibits comparable features such as high conductivity, thin and precise features, and excellent adhesion. So, by using a high-tech form of ink jet printing, Liquid X inks can print a circuit that, when cured, conducts electricity. In the automotive industry, that technology "can replace miles of wiring with lightweight conductive materials," explains CEO Greg Babe, creating lighter weight and more energy-efficient vehicles. Liquid X's technology is also highly cost effective. "This technology eliminates waste," adds Babe. "We use significantly less metal and in many cases metal is expensive. "   The company has patents pending and is preparing to launch its first commercial product in mid-2014. Liquid X is working with a variety of potential partners across the value chain, from end users such as touch screen manufacturers to makers of specialty glass and high-quality polymers, to printing technology companies. Looking ahead, the company is developing its technology for use in 3-D printing. Richard McCullough and John Belot founded Liquid X in 2010;  Innovation Works  was a recent investor. The company currently employs eight, and Babe anticipates adding jobs as the company grows. Source: Greg Babe, Liquid X Writer: Elise Vider Give us your email and we will give you our weekly online magazine. Fair? A valid email address is required.Invalid email format, please check email format.

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  • When was Liquid X Printed Metals founded?

    Liquid X Printed Metals was founded in 2010.

  • Where is Liquid X Printed Metals's headquarters?

    Liquid X Printed Metals's headquarters is located at 252 Parkwest Drive, Pittsburgh.

  • What is Liquid X Printed Metals's latest funding round?

    Liquid X Printed Metals's latest funding round is Series C - IV.

  • How much did Liquid X Printed Metals raise?

    Liquid X Printed Metals raised a total of $7.96M.

  • Who are the investors of Liquid X Printed Metals?

    Investors of Liquid X Printed Metals include Innovation Works and Newlin Investment Company.

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