Australian mining company Kibaran Resources targets 3D printing of graphite for buildings

Last week, Kibaran Resources, an Australian public graphite mining company, signed a memorandum of understanding with architectural design firm 3D Group to establish a joint venture to investigate use of expanded graphite in 3D printing. The new company, 3D Graphtech Industries, will exclusively ...

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