Nerd Beautiful Friday, 10/16/20 11:10:21 AM Re: None Post # of 213340 REALITY CHECK POLL QUESTION: How likely is it that advances in traditional alloys render liquidmetal essentially useless long term? That is, that no use cases or very few use cases will ever exist in which liquidmetal will be the best choice verses made-to-order alloys? The above is my greatest fear—that even 106c is too complicated, expensive, and risky verses better known materials. Let’s be honest, LM has existed for what? 20 years? Longer? And all we’ve got is ultra fringy uses that may be as much about buzz as function. How possible is it that LM will never pan out? With every passing quarter I think it’s more and more likely. Possibly better than 50-50 by now that LM is essentially useless, an answer to a question that no one is asking.