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C6XTY

5219 NW WALNUT ST
Vancouver, WA 98663
United States
9712606883

C6XTY deploys nature's own geometry to create materials and structures that are both strong and lightweight. C6XTY utilizes the familiar shape of the soccer ball, which is also known as a Fullerene or Carbon 60 molecule. The unique geometry is inherently stable making it well suited for carrying loads in compression, much like a ball bearing. When the 'Bucky' balls are ordered in a lattice like arrangement, entirely new categories of materials and structures are possible. Solutions can be manufactured at any scale, from almost any substance for a wide variety of applications such as muscle replacements, computer memory to retaining walls, housing, and bridges.

Tomorrow's infrastructure will require 4-D printing technologies to build entire transportation networks and water systems.  This infrastructure will be purposely constructed to optimize strength and minimize the use of materials.  

 

Intelligent Streets & Sidewalks

Intelligent Streets & Sidewalks

Innovations in Structural Optimization

Innovations in Structural Optimization

Artificial Reef - C6XTY

Artificial Reef - C6XTY

Structurally Optimized Geometry Derived from Nature  - Portfolio - C6XTY

Structurally Optimized Geometry Derived from Nature

Roadways/Bridges/ Stormwater Management - C6XTY

Roadways/Bridges/ Stormwater Management - C6XTY

Architectural & Lighting Features - C6XTY

Architectural & Lighting Features - C6XTY

Building-scale Mega-Architectures - C6XTY

Building-scale Mega-Architectures - C6XTY

Catalytic Converter - C6XTY

Catalytic Converter - C6XTY