According to a recent press release, Graphene 3D Lab Inc. has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Boots Industries, a Canadian 3D printer manufacturer.
Founded in 2012, the 3D printer manufacturer has successfully launched their delta 3D printer BI V2.0 and have had several hundred order placed since. Its latest model BI V2.0 features further innovations.
The two companies have plans to create a 3D printer with the capability of printing functional and electronic devices. Just recently Graphene 3D Lab has announced the collaboration with the US filament manufacturer Taulman3D to develop a graphene enhanced 3D printing material based on nylon. Back in October CEO Daniel Stolyarov has presented the first printable graphene battery at the Inside 3D Printing conference in Santa Clara.
Daniel Stolyarov, CEO of Graphene 3D commented, “The goal of Graphene 3D is to introduce a 3D printing ecosystem, including a 3D printer and functional materials, capable of printing operational and electronic devices.” He continued, “The team at Boots Industries have been successful to date in the development and sale of high-quality 3D printers, and we have the utmost confidence in their team’s capabilities to develop a multi-material printer optimized for Graphene 3D materials.”
“We are enthusiastic about the opportunity to develop a 3D printer capable of printing operational devices with functional materials. The entire Boots Industries team is looking forward to working within the Graphene 3D team on the next revolution in 3D printing.” said Jean Le Bouthillier, CEO of Boots Industries.