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Posted: Jan 29, 2015

Graphene 3D Lab Ready for Graphene-Enhanced Filament Production

(Nanowerk News) Graphene 3D Lab Inc. has announced this morning that it has received and successfully assembled an industrial scale thermoplastic extruder line to be used in the production of conductive graphene filament. The equipment, which has a production capacity of up to 10 kg per hour of 3D printer filament, is now operational and has been tested for the production of specialty filaments.
The installation of an industrial-scale extruder in Q1 of 2015 is in line with the milestones established in the Company's business plan. Sales of conductive graphene filament are expected to begin before the end of the first quarter of 2015.
Graphene 3D CEO Daniel Stolyarov commented, "The Graphene 3D team has worked tirelessly to begin commercial production of our materials. We are excited to now be making the transition from developing the materials in our research lab to beginning industrial scale production and moving forward to revenue generation. I am personally looking forward to offering our filaments to customers and to receiving their feedback on our products. Graphene 3D plans to continue expansion of production capacity in the near future, as we anticipate growing demand for our materials."
About Graphene 3D
Graphene 3D Lab Inc. is in the business of developing, manufacturing, and marketing proprietary graphene-based nanocomposite materials for various types of 3D printing, including fused filament fabrication. The Company is also involved in the design, manufacture, and marketing of 3D printers and related products for domestic and international customers.
The Graphene 3D facility is located in Calverton, NY and is equipped with material processing and analytical equipment. The Company has three US patent applications pending for its technology. For more information on Graphene 3D Lab Inc., visit
Source: Graphene 3D Lab (press release)
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