Better alloys. Faster.

OxMet Technologies uses proprietary software to develop new alloys, alloy powders, and alloy components for the aerospace, automotive, industrial, and biomedical markets. Its alloys could make aeroplanes and cars more efficient, biomedical implants more compatible with the body, and consumer goods lighter and stronger. The Company has also tailored alloys for 3D printing, a new manufacturing platform which will transform industry over the coming decades.

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Better alloys. Faster.

OxMet Technologies uses proprietary software to develop new alloys, alloy powders, and alloy components for the aerospace, automotive, industrial, and biomedical markets. Its alloys could make aeroplanes and cars more efficient, biomedical implants more compatible with the body, and consumer goods lighter and stronger. The Company has also tailored alloys for 3D printing, a new manufacturing platform which will transform industry over the coming decades.

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Better alloys. Faster.

OxMet Technologies uses proprietary software to develop new alloys, alloy powders, and alloy components for the aerospace, automotive, industrial, and biomedical markets. Its alloys could make aeroplanes and cars more efficient, biomedical implants more compatible with the body, and consumer goods lighter and stronger. The Company has also tailored alloys for 3D printing, a new manufacturing platform which will transform industry over the coming decades.

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Revolutionary alloys for advanced applications