Graphene 3D Lab Inc. and Taulman 3D LLC today announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding, which lays the foundation for the joint research and development of 3D printing materials.
Graphene 3D and Taulman will enter into co-development of a graphene-enhanced nylon material for 3D printing. The agreement also grants Graphene 3D exclusive distribution rights for Taulman’s Nylon 680, a novel high-strength 3D printing material, for a period of two years in the USA, Canada, and Mexico. Sales of Nylon 680 are expected to begin in quarter 1 of 2015.
Graphene 3D CEO Daniel Stolyarov commented, “Taulman is a leading supplier of nylon materials, with a high level of experience in both distribution and development of proprietary filaments. I see a high potential for synergy between our two companies and look forward to continuing this collaboration in both business and research.”
Thomas Martzall, CEO at Taulman 3D, added “There is a growing need for high-strength 3D printer materials with functional properties. By partnering with Graphene 3D, a company with a sound foundation in materials R&D and commercialization, we open the path to bring such materials to market.”