Rust and corrosion compromise the integrity and shorten the usefulness of metal machine parts. What if you could make a bolt that is as strong as steel and aluminum but less corrosive? Seattle-based Modumetal has done just that. Their nanolaminated metals will revolutionize manufacturing with machine parts that can last 8 times longer, are stronger and lighter weight than traditional metals.
Washington State’s pioneering spirit has fueled many inventions that have changed the nature of manufacturing. From composites developed for aerospace to precision waterjet cutting techniques, Washington entrepreneurs are rethinking how things are made.
Read More in The Seattle Times.