Value Proposition

NSI’s Nanopolymer Design Platform™ and bottom-up manufacturing methods facilitate rapid prototyping, efficient scale-up, short delivery time frames, and extremely low cost per nanoscale part, thus bypassing the present bottleneck in nanotechnology commercialization.

Rapid prototyping allows quick iteration of the R&D cycle for efficient comparison of variations of prototypes for ultimate optimization of functionality--and within a reasonable timeframe. 

The bottom-line savings of NSI’s new materials may be measured in orders of magnitude.  NSI achieves this with a smart economic trade-off: significantly increased monomer costs for dramatic savings in labor, power, time, and capital.  In commercial projects involving advanced materials, the cost of raw materials is a tiny fraction of the total cost, both for research and development and for manufacturing.  In addition, as nanoscale devices become increasingly tiny, the amount of raw material per device is becoming vanishingly small.  So an increase in raw materials cost has almost no impact on the total project cost--or the per-unit manufacturing cost.  R&D and manufacturing costs are dominated by labor, process-control equipment and power, and the amortization of capital over the length of the R&D timeline, the scale-up process and manufacturing.  Ask us for our PowerPoint cost-analysis presentation for low-diameter nanocoils and nanotubing.

For all of these reasons, NSI’s technology has the potential to become an essential part of high-tech R&D. It is the first nanostructural self-assembly system to meet commercial standards and is anticipated to be the first to enter the market.

Return on Investment through Spin-Off Opportunities

As NSI develops technologies internally, we anticipate forming business lines and eventually spin-off entities structured as merger and acquisition targets for each industry segment.  With each merger or acquisition, a step-and-repeat formula for spin-off ventures is enabled.