|March 16, 2015
GGG Announces Commercial Sale of Conductive Graphene Filament
|March 16, 2015 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Toronto, Ontario and New York, NY — Graphene 3D Lab Inc. (TSX-V: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF) (“Graphene 3D”) is pleased to announce that it has launched commercial sales of its Conductive Graphene Filament for 3D printing today, March 16, 2015. The filament incorporates highly conductive proprietary nano-carbon materials to enhance the properties of PLA, a widely used thermoplastic material for 3D printing; therefore, the filament is compatible with most commercially available 3D printers. The conductive filament can be used to print conductive traces (similar to as used in circuit boards) within 3D printed parts for electronics.
Graphene 3D’s conductive filament is to be distributed through the Company’s recently launched brand and e-commerce platform, Black Magic 3D (www.blackmagic3d.com). Black Magic 3D has been established as the trade name for all current and future Graphene 3D filaments.
Graphene 3D CEO Daniel Stolyarov commented, “Graphene 3D is excited to begin offering Conductive Graphene Filament directly to customers and opening new avenues of creation for 3D printer users. We anticipate a wide variety of applications, including the 3D printing of conductive traces and capacitive touch sensors.” Stolyarov continued, “We are looking forward to receiving continued feedback from the 3D printing community as we proceed with the development of a wide range of filaments with functional capabilities. This is an important milestone for Graphene 3D Lab, achieving revenue through the commercialization of functional 3D printing materials and in achieving the Company’s goal of building an ecosystem for 3D printing operational devices.”
About Graphene 3D
The Graphene 3D Lab facility is located in Calverton, NY and is equipped with material processing and analytical equipment. The company has four US patent applications pending for its technology. For more information on Graphene 3D Lab, Inc., visit www.graphene3dlab.com.
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