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Graphene 3D Lab Files Patent for Multi-Functional 3D Printer

Graphene 3D Lab, developer of the conductive graphene-based 3D printer filament, has filed a provisional patent application for a multi-functional 3D printer currently capable of 3D printing an organic LED light.

The light source is said to immediately function after the 3D printing process and is equipped with a graphene coated transparent conductor window.

Elena Polyakova Co-CEO of Graphene 3D states: “We consider this new IP a dramatic leap forward, offering the ability to 3D print with multiple functional materials at the same time, including the ability to 3D print a working light. This printer was specifically designed to maximize the attributes of the functional materials we have already, and will introduce in the future to the market. Industrial builders will now have a printer with functionality that allows users to expand the potential of the projects they can design and manufacture. We believe these patents reflect the most advanced and functional 3D printer available anywhere today.

Organic LED Light, Image: CNW Group, Graphene 3D Lab Inc.
Organic LED Light, Image: CNW Group, Graphene 3D Lab Inc.

According to Co-CEO Daniel Stolyarov, they have developed a technology “to 3D print a light source from scratch, with one touch of a button”. He adds: “Our main focus is developing specialized 3D printing techniques and materials that push past the boundaries of what is currently available.”

Graphene 3D Labs is currently in the process of looking for potential contract manufacturers and partnership opportunities for the commercialisation of the new printer.

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