About Us

Advancing Technology for Promising Markets, such as energy storage, solar, solid state lighting, printable electronics and 3D displays.

The Coretec Group’s innovative technology is based on a high-value silicon precursor, cyclohexasilane Si6H12 (CHS) and the development of a 3D volumetric display (CSpace™).

The Coretec Group’s cyclohexasilane (CHS)
is a new source of silicon that requires minimal changes to the manufacturing/ handling process and no new equipment.

It is a silicon precursor that is processed as a liquid, leading to unique silicon chemistry, and the use of lower-cost, solution based processes when compared to traditional gas-phase silanes.

CHS Characteristics:
– Operates at lower temperatures
– Produces higher yields
– Distributes higher purity
– Liquid at room temperature
– Delivers 6x the silicon in 1 molecule

We have partnered with Evonik, a world leader of specialty chemicals, and are shipping to global customers.

The Coretec Group continues to expand its intellectual property rights through provisional patents covering the value of CHS.

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95

3DIcon Corporation was incorporated

On August 11, 1995, under the laws of the State of Oklahoma as First Keating Corporation. Its articles of incorporation were amended August 1, 2003 to change the name to 3DIcon Corporation.

05

Sponsored Research Agreements

On July 15, 2005, 3DIcon entered into the first of a series of Sponsored Research Agreements (“SRAs”) with the University, which expired on January 14, 2007. These SRA’s resulted in the creation of three patents granted and four globally patent-pending applications for volumetric 3D displays, which the Company controls under a worldwide exclusive licensing agreement.

16

Coretec Industries, LLC and 3DIcon Corporation® Merger

The Coretec Group is a new entity comprised of the 2016 merger of 3DIcon Corporation and Coretec Industries.

Coretec signs a supply agreement with Gelest, Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of silane, silicone and metal-organic specialty materials.

Coretec signs an exclusive licensing agreement with the North Dakota State University Research Foundation, providing access to an IP portfolio of silicon-based materials for development and commercialization.

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The Coretec Group, Inc. was formed from the merger of Coretec Industries, LLC and 3DIcon Corporation®. Each company recognized the opportunity to advance the mission of enabling technologies through the strength of their combined resources. Coretec Industries’ silicon-based technology was a synergistic match with 3DIcon’s 3D display technology.

04

360-degree holographic technology

In 2004, 3DIcon began to focus on the development of 360-degree holographic technology. Beginning in April 2004, 3DIcon engaged the University of Oklahoma to conduct a pilot study to determine the opportunity and feasibility for the creation of volumetric three dimensional display systems.

15

Coretec is formed

Coretec Industries, LLC was formed in 2015 in North Dakota to create technology-based solutions that address energy-focused market needs globally. The company was founded by three corporate entities: EOS Management LLC, Carlton James North Dakota, Ltd., and ChymaTek Energy Solutions, LLC. Principals supporting the business include Dennis Anderson, Simon Calton, and Ronald Dombrowski. The principals have combined expertise in forming and managing technology-based startups, fund raising, sales, and marketing. They were advised by Dr. Philip Boudjouk, an expert in silicon (“Si”) chemistry, and Doug Freitag, an expert in the application of Si materials and federal business development.

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The Coretec Group, Inc. was formed from the merger of Coretec Industries, LLC and 3DIcon Corporation®. Each company recognized the opportunity to advance the mission of enabling technologies through the strength of their combined resources. Coretec Industries’ silicon-based technology was a synergistic match with 3DIcon’s 3D display technology.

95

3DIcon Corporation was incorporated

On August 11, 1995, under the laws of the State of Oklahoma as First Keating Corporation. Its articles of incorporation were amended August 1, 2003 to change the name to 3DIcon Corporation.

04

360-degree holographic technology

In 2004, 3DIcon began to focus on the development of 360-degree holographic technology. Beginning in April 2004, 3DIcon engaged the University of Oklahoma to conduct a pilot study to determine the opportunity and feasibility for the creation of volumetric three dimensional display systems.

05

Sponsored Research Agreements

On July 15, 2005, 3DIcon entered into the first of a series of Sponsored Research Agreements (“SRAs”) with the University, which expired on January 14, 2007. These SRA’s resulted in the creation of three patents granted and four globally patent-pending applications for volumetric 3D displays, which the Company controls under a worldwide exclusive licensing agreement.

15

Coretec is formed

Coretec Industries, LLC was formed in 2015 in North Dakota to create technology-based solutions that address energy-focused market needs globally. The company was founded by three corporate entities: EOS Management LLC, Carlton James North Dakota, Ltd., and ChymaTek Energy Solutions, LLC. Principals supporting the business include Dennis Anderson, Simon Calton, and Ronald Dombrowski. The principals have combined expertise in forming and managing technology-based startups, fund raising, sales, and marketing. They were advised by Dr. Philip Boudjouk, an expert in silicon (“Si”) chemistry, and Doug Freitag, an expert in the application of Si materials and federal business development.

16

Coretec Industries, LLC and 3DIcon Corporation® Merger

The Coretec Group is a new entity comprised of the 2016 merger of 3DIcon Corporation and Coretec Industries.

Coretec signs a supply agreement with Gelest, Inc., a leading manufacturer and supplier of silane, silicone and metal-organic specialty materials.

Coretec signs an exclusive licensing agreement with the North Dakota State University Research Foundation, providing access to an IP portfolio of silicon-based materials for development and commercialization.

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