We will work with you to provide sample materials and small scale proof of concept raw materials to incorporate into your final product.
Leave the scaling and process development up to us. We will move your custom raw materials into larger scale production once the product specs and parameters have been defined.
Once we have defined a specification and manufacturing process we can move into commercialization and full scale manufacturing of the raw material product. If the quantities move beyond our capability we can also assist in finding an industrial scale partner to take on the project.
Our experienced R&D staff are trained in ceramics, materials science, physics, chemistry, metallurgy, biology, and pharmacology, creating a broad-base scientific foundation for innovation across a multitude of industries.
Mo-Sci can toll spheroidize various materials and sizes according to your specifications or we can custom manufacture spheres to fit your unique application.
We custom melt all types of silicate, borate, phosphate, and aluminoborosilicate glasses. Crucible melting is available in refractory and precious metal crucibles from 100 g to 50 kg at temperatures up to 1600°C.
We have several milling and screening methods available to obtain the target particle size required for your application, and can process quantities ranging from a few kg to thousands of kg.
We can apply silane coatings for hydrophilic or hydrophobic properties and to improve bond strength; silver, copper, nickel, and gold metal coatings; bioactive coatings onto titanium hardware and more.
Mo-Sci has fully equipped laboratories and experienced staff available to perform a variety of analytical tests for manufacturing, quality control, failure analysis and research and development.
Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) had developed a unique glass fiber technology for the treatment of serious wounds in humans and animals. Mo-Sci stepped in to further develop the manufacturing process and commercialize the product through a new biomedical startup called ETS Wound Care. The product received regulatory approval and was successfully launched in early 2017.
If you would like to learn more about how Mo-Sci can help with your custom glass development needs, simply provide us with some basic details about your project so we can get started with an evaluation. Our experts will work with you to develop recommendations and options for how to proceed. There are no obligations and any information you share with us will remain strictly confidential.
We have a great working relationship with the entire Mo-Sci team. They’ve been a valuable resource for us as we look to scale-up production of our material.
3D Glass Solutions, Inc.