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Advanced Materials: Growing Companies

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American Trim

American Trim began life as Lima Tool and Die, producing handles for kitchen ranges. Today, it's a leading supplier to the appliance and heavy truck industries.

1005 W. Grand Ave.
Lima, OH 45801

General Nano

Deploying new technology for growing the world's longest carbon nanotubes has created a world of possibilities for Cincinnati-based General Nano LLC in the aerospace/defense, biomedical, electronics and sensor industries.

1776 Mentor Ave, Ste. 170
Cincinnati, OH 45212


Alphamicron was formed in 1997 to solve a nagging problem with the forward positioning of flight deck displays. The result was the world's first liquid crystal technology for curved surfaces.

1950 Ohio 59
Kent, OH 44240

rexorce Thermionics

As Ohio manufacturers businesses and individuals look to power � and benefit from � the emerging Green Economy, rexorce Thermionics is developing a product to capture waste heat and solar thermal energy.

405 S. High St.
Akron, OH 44311

Absorbent Materials Corp.

A Wooster College professor had been developing an experimental nano-glass, but didn't know how to market it. Then, a chance encounter on an airplane got him the help he needed.

740 Quinby Ave.
Wooster, OH 44691

Brighton Technologies

St. Bernard-based Brighton Technologies Group has developed a dozen new technologies designed to make make manufacturing and engineering processes safer, cleaner and less costly.

1006 Kieley Place
Cincinnati, OH 45217


GrafTech International built its early reputation by supplying arc lights to Cleveland in the early 1900s. Now, its graphite products are probably in your cell phone.

12900 Snow Road
Parma, OH 44130


MesoCoat is advancing the next generation of coatings that will keep bridges, boats and other large steel structures free of corrosion for as long as 100 years.

24112 Rockwell Drive
Euclid, OH 44117


Zyvex Performance Materials, based in Columbus, designs and builds molecules for improved mechanical and electrical properties in composites. These molecules are designed to take advantage of carbon nanotubes, the strongest materials known.

1255 Kinnear Road, Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43212

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