PyroGenesis Canada Inc

PYR-X

Analysis and Opinions about PYR-X

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 19, 2019
They deal with nuclear and biomedical waste with high degree burners. They just have not been able to find their niche. They are not ramping up growth to justify investing. They announced a $20 million contract that continues to be pending and the market is not that excited. He wonders if it is a one-time contract. Not quite there yet.
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They deal with nuclear and biomedical waste with high degree burners. They just have not been able to find their niche. They are not ramping up growth to justify investing. They announced a $20 million contract that continues to be pending and the market is not that excited. He wonders if it is a one-time contract. Not quite there yet.
BUY
BUY
January 16, 2019
He has a small position, which he entered at $0.62. They are involved in silicone production. There is a potential US military order being worked on. Payback on their equipment is less than two years. There is opportunity in aluminum, zinc, and copper. He thinks this will be a great year for them.
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He has a small position, which he entered at $0.62. They are involved in silicone production. There is a potential US military order being worked on. Payback on their equipment is less than two years. There is opportunity in aluminum, zinc, and copper. He thinks this will be a great year for them.
COMMENT
COMMENT
January 5, 2018

This company uses extremely high temperature plasma torches. They take titanium, put it through a process and produce an extremely fine powder. That has applications in both conventional 3-D printing and the new move towards almost injected 3-D printing. The process they released in the last 3 months will optimize the advantages. If this unfolds as expected, this should do quite well.

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This company uses extremely high temperature plasma torches. They take titanium, put it through a process and produce an extremely fine powder. That has applications in both conventional 3-D printing and the new move towards almost injected 3-D printing. The process they released in the last 3 months will optimize the advantages. If this unfolds as expected, this should do quite well.

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COMMENT
October 6, 2017

About 7-10 years ago, they put an aluminum rod through extremely high temperature plasma torches, and produced extremely precise balls of titanium. Titanium is used on top of stainless steel for artificial hips and knees as bone doesn’t easily latch onto stainless steel. They’ve now built their first machine and are going into commercial production. There is also a potential shift to using titanium in 3-D printing. The company is still waiting for some contracts.

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About 7-10 years ago, they put an aluminum rod through extremely high temperature plasma torches, and produced extremely precise balls of titanium. Titanium is used on top of stainless steel for artificial hips and knees as bone doesn’t easily latch onto stainless steel. They’ve now built their first machine and are going into commercial production. There is also a potential shift to using titanium in 3-D printing. The company is still waiting for some contracts.

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COMMENT
April 26, 2017

In the past, they made extremely small titanium balls which were used to adhere to stainless steel hips, knees and joints. Instead of ordering the devices, they have decided to make the devices themselves. They have 2 markets. Titanium and Inconel and a bunch of other alloys create extremely high temperatures nickel-based products. If this unfolds as he expects, the stock could be $1 by the end of the year.

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In the past, they made extremely small titanium balls which were used to adhere to stainless steel hips, knees and joints. Instead of ordering the devices, they have decided to make the devices themselves. They have 2 markets. Titanium and Inconel and a bunch of other alloys create extremely high temperatures nickel-based products. If this unfolds as he expects, the stock could be $1 by the end of the year.

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COMMENT
November 4, 2016

Uses plasma torches at extremely high temperatures operating in a vacuum. They can use this to burn up bad chemicals as well as being able to reclaim a lot of aluminum from dross. They are doing a ton of work on the military side, including a process to burn up stuff on US aircraft carriers. They are talking of being able to take low grade quartz and using their process to create high grade silicon as a basis for creating solar cells. Current methodology is expensive and has to use a higher grade of silicon. There are lots of interesting opportunities for them. The stock moves around significantly in price, but he would say that in 3 years you will do okay.

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Uses plasma torches at extremely high temperatures operating in a vacuum. They can use this to burn up bad chemicals as well as being able to reclaim a lot of aluminum from dross. They are doing a ton of work on the military side, including a process to burn up stuff on US aircraft carriers. They are talking of being able to take low grade quartz and using their process to create high grade silicon as a basis for creating solar cells. Current methodology is expensive and has to use a higher grade of silicon. There are lots of interesting opportunities for them. The stock moves around significantly in price, but he would say that in 3 years you will do okay.

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