19 July, 2022

How to make a Lithium-Ion battery – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2: Silicon anode coating, in our three-part series on how we make and test our Lithium-ion batteries here at AnteoTech.

In this video, we create the anode by coating a copper current collector sheet with a thin layer of slurry. Once this is dry, we punch out the anode. It is then weighed to verify loading before being heated in a vacuum oven to remove any residual moisture. The anode is then ready for assembly.
Check back for our final video Assembly of the Battery in Part 3.


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