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Non-stick metal, no coating

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Teflon is nonstick because it resists the Van Der Waals bonds of water. This is a laser etched piece of metal that does the same thing, but even more strongly. 

 

 

Probably still susceptible to scratching from metal utensils, but still to have a surface that won't shed toxic chemicals at higher heat would be a great thing in the kitchen. And it should be tougher than teflon as well. 

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I suppose it is creating a surface similar to the lotus effect.

 

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Pretty interesting info. Thanks both.

I wonder how the laser etched surface will react at high temperatures.

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