STI has been trying to get commercial qualification for almost THREE YEARS!!!
Which part of STI's method of production doesn't work is confusing?
July 23, 2013 STI PR: "Our customers are performing qualification testing of Conductus wire to complete their vendor selection process for upcoming projects," stated Adam Shelton, STI's VP of Marketing and Product Line Management. "These shipments represent a significant milestone for STI as our potential customers look to secure a supply of HTS wire for 2014 and beyond. With the customer qualification phase well underway, our important objective to establish commercial relationships with these customers is fast approaching. For our customers to successfully complete upcoming smart grid projects, they will require a significant quantity of superconducting wire at various lengths. Our wire performance, yields and wire length per run have dramatically improved over the first half of 2013. We expect our wire performance to continue to improve in these areas that are critical to achieving commercial volumes. By carefully aligning our 2013 production output with requirements from strategic target customers who are committed to the commercialization of superconducting devices, we are executing on our plan to bring Conductus wire to market in commercial volumes in 2014. We expect to continue to ship high performance, longer length wire to satisfy existing purchase orders for Conductus 2G HTS wire in the coming months."
Paid shill skumroller was caught making a post like calrenwicks (i.e., "You may have seen this, Sconroller"), but he forgot to switch his alias and ended up talking to himself.
No matter which alias he uses his style is the same....absolutely no substance to the posts....all empty headed arm waving!
[Topic: Nickel and Dime SP Manipulation (Aug 16, 2010 Close $2.45 = R/S Adj = $29.40)
sconroller • Aug 16, 2010 3:36 PM
"Who do you short MORONS actually think you're fooling ... besides yourselves, that is. LMAO!!
Here's the reality: You want to buy shares? It'll cost you a premium. You want to cover your short position? It'll cost you.
You want to play with yourselves and take the SP down with 100-share trades? It'll cost you.
Thanks in advance for your money, shorties! LMAO!!! Assume the position! LMAO!!!"
sconroller • Aug 16, 2010 4:09 PM
"You may have seen this, Sconroller. There was another 25,000 block bid at $2.35 near the close which buoyed the price back up to $2.45. We're starting to see some buying interest. Daily volumes should be picking up. Could be brutal for shorts when a rally on good news hits. Glad I'm not short! LOL!"]
[EXPECTING GOOD NEWS! by calrenwick • Mar 10, 2011 11:45 AM
"Per conf. call the AC power wire sample is being tested by potential customer. Results to be completed end of this week with report back to SCON probably some time next week. I have a hunch it's Southwire ...
As was the case with the rotating motor sample, customer acceptance (GE, IMO) was PR'd.
I WOULD NOT WANT TO NE SHORT WITH GOOD POSSIBILITY OF A PR COMING OUT ...LMAO!"]
Mar 10, 2011 Reverse Split x 2 adjusted = $33.72, the only good news was calrenwick's paid shill job continued and shorts made a boatload of money.
When's the last time warrants were ever exercised at their issued strike price?
Nothing new here that warrants are expiring worthless, just like common and preferred shares are becoming worthless.
That should be criminal, as SCON doesn't have a 1st shift as it doesn't manufacture anything but dilution and reverse splits.
Those who use their time applying for these fake job opening should be reimbursed for their expenses and opportunity costs out of the pockets of SCON management.
[Reply to STI by lafeet333 •Jan 14, 2012 11:57 AM calrenwick • Jan 19, 2012 2:09 PM
"BTW, look back a year or more and you'll find a similar prediction, "Right Race, Wrong Horse" when AMSC's SP was considerably higher. BOY, WE'RE YOU WRONG! LOL!"]
Let's see, on Jan 19, 2012
SCON $17.88 - Now $0.19 Down 99%
AMSC $52.50 - Now $8.10 Down 85%
Both horses not fairing well, but the SCON horse is at the gates of the glue factory.
Beware of PAID SHILLS.
Been over FIVE YEARS waiting on that "PR on new 2G Tape breakthrough in less than a month"
calrenwick • Nov 29, 2010 8:04 PM, "... PR on new 2G Tape breakthrough in less than a month ...?" Topic: Beware the Bashers (R/S Adj. Close $16.20)
"Yeah, so our wire – our wire is and again most wires when you look at 2G HTS wire it’s a stack, right and there are different layers of the substrate, different layers, you’re putting superconductor down and what we’re seeing is that whole stack needs to be strengthened." Source: SeekingAlpha 2015Q4 EC transcript.
SeekingAlpha 2015Q4 EC transcript, Jeff Quiram, "... we’re trying to get the finishing layers right ..."
japan just can't stop lying as in this whopper about at second RCE, even when STI's CEO stated the opposite, as in the first machine needs to be working in fulfilling customer demands before any more machines are even CONSIDERED!!!
2014Q3 SA CC transcripts, Q&A, JQ: "we've got to get this first machine produced and having it pump out wire and then we need to secure the agreements and the demand to consume all that wire and then, THEN THE DECISION MAKING ON ADDING the second, third, fourth machine becomes a lot more real ..." (emphasis added)
japankokura • Jan 27, 2015 6:27 AM "actually they mentioned in the cc that they already bought some parts for a second machine...." Topic: Don't be Surprised
[Final Production Hurdle Met by captechinvestors • Jun 27, 2015 10:58 AM (Jun 26, 2015 Close $1.05)
STI is now producing wire for SFCL OEMs from new RCE machine. IMO, this is the final hurdle for STI. OEMs now have assurance STI can, indeed, produce commercial volumes. Orders next.]
Sentiment: Strong Buy]
Turned out STI produced squat, just like captechinvestors paid pumps.
AMSC got the biz because it could produce the HTS wire at the specified requirements.
STI can't get a commercial qualification by at least 36 entities that have tested wire as STI now admits all its layers have problems.
STI has been trying to fix it finishing layer for TWO YEARS, yet continues to fail, now it admits all layers have problems.
STI is not a HTS wire manufacturer, therefor it can't compete.
[STI and Nexans by captechinvestors • Mar 17, 2016 11:11 AM
IMO, STI's Conductus wire is in at least one of the two Nexans SFCLs recently installed in Birmingham, England. AMSC knows their wire wasn't used, ..."]
Both Nexans SFCL's used AMSC's wire as STI's wire delaminates like a retreaded wire.
[SCON Will Be Well Capitalized Now by captechinvestors • Feb 4, 2011 11:15 AM
These guys will have all the capital they need to scale up production to meet a massive global demand. The capital raise ensures they'll remain independent and will be able to finance their own future growth, internally. Just a few short months ago they tried offered the placement and it flopped, driving the price down from @$2.50 to $1.50 where a smaller amount was placed. Now that there is greater market awareness and their tech. is being validated, they'll have better success.
I also wonder if the need for this much more capital is also based on some of their other pipeline developments. More good news on the way, I bet!"]
Feb 3, 2011 R/S Adj $37.44 to Feb 4, 2011 R/S Adj $29.16 when paid pumper captechinvestors was shilling that this Feb 2011 dilution would get STI wire "validated". Over FIVE YEARS later, wire is still not "validated".
Paid pumpers always ignore failures .... nothing is ever wrong .... the future is always rosy .... the problem is that the "present" always seems to suck!
SCON will still have about 30m warrants outstanding with about 20m at $0.40.
STI has been shipping wire for qualification for about THREE YEARS, yet NOT ONE commercial qualification, now it admits all its stacks of its wire have issues which they don't know how to solve.
It's going to be a close call, will SCON file chapter 7/11 just before or just after the delisting deadline?
STI has been working on the finishing layer for almost TWO YEARS and still not solved, now it discloses all the other stacks have issues and haven't figured out why.
sFCL only use about 3km of HTS wire, with only about 2 being built per year. Even if sFCL were to increase to 5 per year (15,000m), not enough to keep SCON afloat.
Only one that is being paid to pump SCON ignores these facts.
[Too cheap not to buy trading at cash value
by panalta2000 • Oct 15, 2015 8:55 PM (Close $0.27)
"Not a long term hold but a good trade going into November small cap season. Looking for $.50"]
Another SCON bagholder hoping to only lose 50%.
Superpower actually produces and has commercial HTS wire sales, STI has neither because STI's manufacturing process doesn't work.
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[Perhaps it is time for an ANNOUNCEMENT?! by calrenwick • Oct 7, 2014 10:21 PM
"I, for one, have already made plans for retirement. Let's get this BIG STINKIN' ANNOUNCEMENT over with and ride this horse to the finish line! I'm getting tired of all the speculative BS! Jeff! RELEASE THE HOUNDS!!!!!!!"]
Hope calrenwick likes horse meat, as he will be eating SCON dead horse with the "HOUNDS!!!!!!!"
gregingol, "STI ReBCO layer (the actual superconducting layer of the wire) is 3-4 times as thick as the competitors"
Any facts to back this up? This is from the clown can't count to THREE.
JQ, "The majority of our customer activity is progressing 3 stages. First, customers evaluate the performance of several short lengths of wire. Second, they qualify the wire for their specific power device or application in the required length. And then third, once customers complete full qualification, we will receive purchase orders for Conductus wire in lengths of hundreds to thousands of meters depending on the application." Source: SA 2012Q4 EC transcripts.
gregingol • Sep 24, 2015 8:29 PM, "There is no stage-3,,, that is something you made up..." Topic: SFCL
STI has no "Industry Presence Events" scheduled for 2016, as the Industry knows this is a SCAM and wants nothing to do with the SCON SCAM.