Beijing's international project to 3D print graphene composites for automotive applications faces many challenges

Last week, an international graphene development project was kicked off in Zhongguancun High-tech Park (see the March 19, 2012 LRCHJ) with the aim of 3D printing graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) composites for automotive components like pistons, camshafts, and transmission shafts. The members of the p...

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