Innovating Beyond Conventional Molding with CVM

With X2F’s innovative controlled viscosity molding (CVM) technology, you can manufacture complex products using materials that were previously difficult to mold. Not only does this solve many of today’s urgent manufacturing problems, but it also enables innovation. With CVM technology, today’s product designers are reimagining what is possible. The possibilities are limitless!

CVM Applications

In Mold Decoration and Lighting

  • Allows molding of complex lighting films and optics
  • >95% yield in the hardest of applications
  • Enables innovative label lighting and design
  • provides incredible low profile brand development
  • Quick time to market with fast prototype development

Energy Storage Solutions

  • Enables critical protection from environmental, mechanical and thermal stresses
  • Provides double-digit energy storage performance gains
  • Improves charging and discharging rates
  • Enhances total life expectancy
  • Delivers stronger, higher performance products
Thermal Management

High-Performance Thermal Management Solutions

  • Allows use of high-performance thermally conductive polymers
  • Provides superior environmental protection and thermal conductivity with one material and one process
  • Enables massive reductions in operating temperatures
  • Delivers stronger, higher performance products
  • Reduces assembly time compared to traditional thermal management solutions


  • Allows use of high-performance polymers
  • Enables stronger and more durable systems
  • Provides significant product lightweighting
  • Improves battery performance and longevity
  • Simplifies manufacturing and assembly processes
  • Reduces manufacturing floor space requirements
  • Decreases assembly time, costs and labor requirements


  • Eliminates time-consuming, messy and costly potting process to encapsulate the coils
  • Enables improved heat dissipation
  • Reduces operating temperature
  • Provides the best possible mechanical and environmental protection
  • Reduces work-in-process time from days to seconds

Polymer Lenses

  • Extremely low pressure and low stress lens molding process
  • Results in low birefringence and anisotropic shrink
  • Optical properties approach the quality of glass
  • Capable of molding lenses over 1-inch thick in a single shot
  • Can mold lens and housing with same equipment
Polymer Lenses
Automotive LED Lighting

LED Lighting

  • Over-molds delicate electronics for enhanced mechanical, thermal and environmental protection
  • Easily molds complex heatsink features
  • Replaces aluminum heat sinks and thermal interface materials (TIMs)
  • Provides 49-75% weight reduction compared to aluminum heatsink solution
  • Delivers cost savings across the entire manufacturing solution

Semiconductors & Electronic Components

  • Delivers advanced passive cooling capabilities
  • Improves performance and extends component life
  • Provides thermal management material on all sides
  • Can be used to over-mold an entire circuit board
  • Eliminates the need for attachment hardware
  • Replaces gap pads, thermally conductive adhesives and other TIM materials


  • Allows use of stronger, lighter weight high-performance polymers
  • Protects from moisture, vibration and shock
  • Reduces risks of overheating and thermal runaway
  • Increases flight operation time
  • Enables unique design geometries and form factors
  • Simplifies manufacturing and assembly processes

Solar Inverters

  • Delivers advanced passive cooling capabilities
  • Enables more efficient energy conversion at higher temperatures and voltages
  • Provides thermal and environmental protection with one material and one process
  • Replaces potting materials and conformal coating
  • Supports sustainability by allowing recycling of inverters


  • Delivers practical and efficient passive cooling and environmental protection with one material and one process
  • Easily molds unique geometries including complex heatsink features
  • Enables use of high performance thermally conductive polymers