Re Mixers, a Madison-based startup that got second place in the 2016 Governor’s Business Plan Contest, is trying to break into the adhesive application market with disruptive engineering and design.
The company secured a $500,000 investment from N29 Capital Partners in December, and Eric Ronning, co-founder of Re Mixers, doesn’t see the company slowing down at all.
“Our technology extends beyond adhesives; that opens the door to the world of chemical mixing,” Ronning said. “We’re looking down the road to explore opportunities.”
The company’s ‘static-mixing’ nozzle greatly improves upon existing epoxy-mixing technology, and was designed using artificial intelligence–or AI–to test and repeatedly improve upon design simulations as the AI program runs analysis.
“We have found a way to automatically innovate,” Ronning said. “We want to apply the techniques used to design the mixer to other processes altogether.”
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