Another graphene firm takes aim at 3D printing, but remains years away from market adoption

Graphene developer Grafoid (see the November 3, 2013 LRMJ) recently signed an agreement with Altamat, founded by Hani Henein at the University of Alberta, to produce graphene nanoplatelet (GNP)-containing powders and filaments for 3D printing. According to the announcement, Grafoid will build an ...

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