We are looking to establish a melt spinning line to not only expedite R&D, but to meet customer demand. After pilot completion, we anticipate major interest and are seeking an experienced partner to assist us.
Nanode is supercharging the electricity revolution by augmenting batteries with our proprietary nanostructured tin anodes that can increase energy by up to 50% while maintaining or even decreasing costs. A major driver of this lies in our manufacturing: our product is produced in a single step via melt spinning, an industrial method for metal processing that is much simpler and greener than current anode manufacturing methods. We are a cell component supplier – we don’t produce batteries, but anodes which we sell anodes to battery OEMs. A spinout of the University of Alberta, we are Edmonton-based and plan on keeping as much manufacturing in Canada as possible. Currently, we have a pilot with a leading microbattery manufacturer with a $1.5M framework purchase agreement for delivery after completion.
Establish pilot manufacturing line
Troubleshoot initial processing issues
Produce material with high quality control standards
We have melt spinning expertise on the lab scale. Over 7 years we have made massive strides in defining processing parameters (though we’re always focused on improving).
We will bring our IP, R&D knowledge, and domain expertise to establish the line.
We are seeking expertise in metal manufacturing and processing. Melt spinning and/or tin knowledge would be preferred, but an individual/organization with general experience establishing a successful manufacturing line and meeting customer demand would be invaluable to our efforts.
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