Graphene Technologies announces several new product initiatives

Among Graphene Technologies' new product initiatives is a partnership with Stratasys to develop 3D printer ink with graphene.

Graphene Technologies

Graphene Technolgies Inc. (GT) has announced several new product devlopment initiatives as it leads the transiton of graphene from the laboratory to high-potential commercial markets.

GT is a vertically integrated nanotechnolgy company that develops advanced polymer composites using nanomaterials produced by its proprietary graphene synthesis process. The company has recently engaged with industry leaders in product devlopment projects including structural 3D printing materials, high-strength polymer composites, transparent conductive coatings and nanodielctric
polymer composites.

GT and Strasys, the world’s fastest growing 3D printing company, were recently awarded a development grant from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation to develop high-strength 3D inks that will contribute to the anticipated 3D printing-enabled transformation of the global manufacturing industry.

To meet increasing demand, GT’s expert team has grown, adding several experienced nano-material and chemical engineering PhDs. Additonally, to better service its Asian clients, the company has expanded its Asia business office in Tokyo, Japan. Lastly, the company has launched a new website.

On September 15 and 16, GT wil be a sponsor of the first annual Graphene World Sumitt in Berkeley, CA, where CEO Jon Myers and VP of R&D Roland Lee, PhD wil be speaking. GT wil also co-host the conference B2B networking room. 

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