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Founded Year



Series A | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$14M | 10 mos ago

About Modumetal

Modumetal builds nanolaminate metal alloys that are stronger and lighter than steel and will replace conventional metals and composites in many applications. The materials promise exceptional structural-to-weight characteristics and the customized non-homogeneous alloys can also be produced in a highly automated fashion with programmable physical characteristics such as unusual corrosion and thermal resistance.

Modumetal Headquarter Location

1443 N Northlake Way Suite 2B

Seattle, Washington, 98103,

United States


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Modumetal Patents

Modumetal has filed 36 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Chemical processes
  • Electrochemistry
  • Metalworking
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Metalworking, Metallurgy, Metal forming, Metallurgical processes, Sedimentary rocks


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Related Topics

Metalworking, Metallurgy, Metal forming, Metallurgical processes, Sedimentary rocks



Latest Modumetal News

Leafly’s SPAC Merger, Amazon Care Went National, and More Seattle Tech...

Feb 16, 2022

Photo: Shutterstock  Tech news covered a variety of industries and topics this past week. Products went national, startups merged, others went public and, of course, companies kept raising funds. Read up on Amazon’s expansion of its health care solutions service and Leafly’s IPO debut. This is the Built In Seattle weekly refresh. Amazon Care went national. The service allows workers to connect with doctors via video calls or SMS messaging. Certified board nurses can also be dispatched through the app if patients need further examination. Over the course of the year, the program will expand to over 20 cities with Chicago, New York City, San Francisco and Miami already confirmed. The service will also become available to employees outside of Amazon whose companies partner with Amazon Care. [Built In Seattle] Modumetal secured $14M. With the new capital, Modumetal, a Seattle-based anti-corrosive coating manufacturer, will break into the automotive industry to protect cars from rust. The company manufactures a zinc-nickel-based coating and a nickel-cobalt liquid coating that protects metal surfaces from corrosion. Since launching, the company has raised $95.3 million in funding. [Built In Seattle] Seattle TECH QUOTE OF THE WEEK “Crypto is here to stay and Betterment wants to live our promise of long-term diversification and to provide our customers with the best variety of assets in the marketplace. Makara is unique in offering consumers managed crypto portfolios combined with the guidance and ease-of-use that have defined Betterment. Makara is to crypto today what we are to traditional investing since pioneering robo-investing a decade ago.” — Sarah Levy, Betterment CEO Makara acquired by Betterment. Betterment, a stock trading platform, acquired crypto platform Makara. Both companies use machine learning and AI, also known as robo-investing, to create better investment opportunities for users. With the acquisition, Makara will be absorbed by Betterment while Betterment will begin to offer crypto options on its platform. [Built In Seattle] Leafly goes public. Nearly six months after making the announcement, Leafly will finally go public via a SPAC merger and trade under the ticker “LFLY.” Leafly launched its e-commerce platform in 2010 to sell cannabis products. The platform grew in popularity as more and more states legalized the recreational drug. The company will be listed for trading starting February 14. [GeekWire] Seattle startup guides

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Modumetal Rank

  • When was Modumetal founded?

    Modumetal was founded in 2006.

  • Where is Modumetal's headquarters?

    Modumetal's headquarters is located at 1443 N Northlake Way, Seattle.

  • What is Modumetal's latest funding round?

    Modumetal's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Modumetal raise?

    Modumetal raised a total of $80.95M.

  • Who are the investors of Modumetal?

    Investors of Modumetal include Atlas Innovate, Rotor Capital, Paycheck Protection Program, Severstal Ventures, Steve Singh and 20 more.

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