Graphene 3D Lab, developing and manufacturing their proprietary graphene-based 3D printing materials, has entered into a contract agreement with ZeGo Robotics to develop a proof-of-concept 3D printer for the company’s conductive graphene filament.
ZeGo Robotics plans to deliver a working prototype within 3 months. Rights to the intellectual property created during the contracted timeframe will be assigned to Graphene 3D Lab.
Graphene 3D Lab CEO, Daniel Stolyarov, commented, “Graphene 3D Lab believes the development of a 3D printer uniquely designed to capitalize on our functional filaments is core to achieving our goal of developing a dynamic ecosystem to allow the 3D printing of operational devices. ZeGo Robotics is an exciting and innovative company and we look forward to working with their team.”
Daniel Goncharov, owner of ZeGo Robotics, also commented, “This is an exciting opportunity for ZeGo Robotics to collaborate with Graphene 3D Lab’s research and development arm; the project will combine our expertise in the development of 3D printers with their expertise in specialty printing materials to develop a groundbreaking new product.”
Due to this new partnership, Graphene 3D Lab will no longer move forward with the acquisition of the Canadian 3D printer manufacturer Boots Industries, announced back in December 2014.