3D printing stock Graphene 3D LabAfter the close of trading yesterday, Graphene 3D Lab (web site) (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF) announced the acquisition of Graphene Laboratories, Inc. in an all share transaction representing approximately 8% of the float (see press release).

 

 

This acquisition brings the following positives to Graphene 3D Lab:

  • Existing sales channels and customer base at Graphene-Supermarket (web site), with over 8,000 customers globally
  • Customers include NASA, GE, Ford, Apple, IBM, Xerox, Samsung, Stamford University and Harvard University
  • Provisional patent related to the manufacture and processing of graphene which has been demonstrated to provide a low-energy, chemical free manufacturing process for high grade graphene at an industry leading low cost
  • Annual revenues for Graphene Laboratories exceeded $1M in 2014 and the company was cash flow positive with no debt

This good news is on top of other recent positive news of a doubling of capacity to meet demand for Graphene 3D Lab’s electrically conductive graphene filaments for 3D printing, and a distribution & manufacturing partnership with Polymaker, which you can read about here, and here.

My prediction for GGG.V/GPHBF shares

As everyone knows, it’s been a very rough year for 3D printing stocks, and Graphene 3D Lab has certainly not been spared. But in my opinion, given the major increase in revenues that will result from this cash flow positive acquisition combined with the 8,0000 + customer base Graphene 3D Lab can now leverage, this 3D printing related stock has seen the bottom.


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3D printing stock Graphene 3D LabGraphene 3D Lab (web site) (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF) looks to be entering a phase of rapid revenue growth.

In addition to planned collaboration with smart table and wall systems provider Ideum, (see article/news), Graphene 3D Lab announced they’ve doubled their production capacity to meet demand for conductive 3D printer filaments sold through the Company’s on-line store at BlackMagic3D.com.

While Graphene 3D Lab sells an array of other filaments, including Nylon 680, it is the electrically conductive, graphene filaments that I believe will prove to be game-changing for the 3D printing industry due to the applications

 

Graphene 3D Lab lists the following applications for the company’s conductive 3D printer filaments:

Sensors

Conductive Graphene Filament can be used to create capacitive (touch) sensors used in a wide range of electronics which you interact with on a daily basis; it is an excellent material for designing human interface devices! Capacitive sensing can also be used to measure proximity, position, humidity, fluid levels, and acceleration.

Projects include:

  • Gaming controllers
  • Digital keyboards
  • Trackpads
  • Drum Machines
  • MIDI controllers

Conductive Traces

Another application of Conductive Graphene Filament is in the creation of electrically conductive circuitry for use in electronics. We love that 3D printing is a push-button process and we aim to keep it that way. Traditionally, 3D printing enthusiasts needed to add circuitry to their creation after it was printed in plastic, using copper wire; by offering a conductive filament, you can print graphene wiring simultaneously with your build process!

Projects include:

  • Interfacing computers, Arduino boards, and other components
  • Powering LED’s
  • Wearable electronics

Note: The electrical resistance of a circuit must be considered in order to successfully use Conductive Graphene Filament in electronics applications; specifically, the filament is designed for low-current applications.

Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Shielding

The superior conductivity offered with our Conductive Graphene Filament is not only excellent for 3D printed circuitry and sensors – it also means our filament is wholly capable of use in EMI and RF shielding applications critical for use in a range of industries, including:

  • Telecommunications
  • Hospital equipment
  • Medical devices
  • Enclosures and packaging
  • Aerospace and Automotive

EMI/RF shielding is used to block the electromagnetic field and radio frequency electromagnetic radiation within a space; it is important to use EMI and RF shielding in a hospital, laboratory, or aerospace setting to protect against competing signals because they may lead to equipment giving false measurements. EMI/RF shielding accomplishes this by blocking AM, FM, TV, emergency services, and cellular signals.

Conductive Graphene Filament is ideal for designing EMI/RF shields used in highly customized items.

High-Strength mechanical and functional parts

Because Conductive Graphene Filament is mechanically stronger than ABS and PLA, it can be used to 3D print functional parts such as: hooks, hand-tools, and parts which require tooling, including drilling.


 

When you combine the incredible properties of graphene with the inherent advantages of 3D printing, it’s easy to see why Graphene 3D Lab has doubled production capacity to meet demand.

Graphene 3D Lab graphene and 3D printing


 

Now Entering China, Australia, Japan, Europe…

In news announced this morning, Graphene 3D Lab is now expanding their distribution network with Polymaker which has sales and distribution locations in China, Europe, Australia, Japan, and the U.S.

Polymaker President, Dr. Xiaofan Luo noted that

“Polymaker’s customers tend to push the boundaries of 3D printing and are always looking for the next innovation to use in their 3D printing projects. The Graphene 3D functional filaments are a natural complement for our customers and for our existing filaments”

 

 

 

Graphene 3D lab - new reseller locations

 

As a long time investor in the 3D printing space, I believe Graphene 3D Lab is the best 3D printing related stock to buy at current prices. I look forward to seeing the company’s revenue growth ramp strongly in coming quarters, as well as what I believe will be future partnerships, collaborations, and joint ventures to come.


 

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3D printing stock Graphene 3D LabIn news released this morning, New York based Graphene 3D Lab (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF), announced plans to collaborate with leading smart table and smart wall systems provider, Ideum, to manufacture 3D printed conductive sensors to interface with Ideum’s products. Additionally, Graphene 3D Lab will begin on-demand 3D printing capacitive objects such as coasters, joysticks, and styluses for use by Ideum clients.

CEO of Ideum, Jim Spadaccini, explains:

“Conductive 3D printed objects of unique shapes can greatly extend the functionality of our touch tables as we can now assign a different purpose to each tangible object, giving users a much higher degree of control over their devices.”

Ideum has a venerable client list, including:

  • Lockheed Martin
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Boeing
  • Raytheon
  • Coca Cola
  • Caesars Entertainment
  • Caterpillar
  • Google
  • SAP
  • FX Palo Alto Laboratory
  • Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Cornell University
  • Vanderbilt University
  • NASA Kennedy Space Center
  • The Getty
  • U. S. Air Force
  • U.S. Army
  • U.S. Coast Guard
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture

When combining the sales channels and impressive client list of Ideum with Graphene 3D Lab’s early experience and leadership in 3D printed conductive materials, this partnership looks like a great fit to me.


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Social Commerce Group SE - logoBerlin-based Social Commerce Group SE (web site) began trading on the Xetra exchange in Germany last week under the ticker (99SC).

The tech-driven incubator invests in early stage companies that introduce digital technology to more traditional industries such as sales & merchandising, sports/entertainment, automotive, etc.
Social Commerce Group SE has made 3 primary investments to date which are: 43% ownership in 3D businesses and solutions (Staramba.com), 55% ownership in augmented/mixed reality marketing solutions (MXM Mixed Reality Marketing AG) and 58% ownership in social games, tools & apps for smart social web solutions (yoyo AG).

Through ownership in these subsidiaries, Social Commerce Group offers software application development, sports stars merchandising, 3D printing, and online portal operation services. The company was formerly known as Adiantum Beteiligungen (Adiantum Investments) SE and changed its name to Social Commerce Group SE in March 2014. Social Commerce Group SE was founded in 2011.


 

See also: May 2015 Corporate Presentation (in English) and Prospectus (in German).


Of the three investments made to date, the 3D businesses and solutions (Staramba.com) is what I find the most exciting due to growth projections and (according to management) a possible spin-off IPO in the U.S. market.

According to the company’s guidance, the 3D solutions segment is projected to generate 3.48M euros (approx. $3.8M USD) in sales this year, with a strong sales trajectory as shown in the table below.

Social Commerce Group SE - estimates


Share Structure

Social Commerce Group SE has an extremely tight share structure with only 1.42M shares outstanding, approximately 19% of which, (or 269,800 shares), is the trading float.

 

Social Commerce Group SE share data


Staramba.com

Social Commerce Group SE - Staramba logoThe 3D printing branch of the company (Staramba.com) 3D prints high-end 3D figurines of sports, music, and entertainment stars, as well as social commerce group FB captureeveryday people that want a “mini-me” of themselves, or to memorialize a wedding, graduation, or other special event.

 

The company has engineered a proprietary 3D scanning hardware and software system that results in higher quality figurines while the printing is done with Projet 660 printers from 3D Systems.

Key customers include businesses, sports, music, and entertainment franchises that use the figurines in promotional and branding campaigns.

 

 Video: Gadget Inspectors visit Staramba (in German)

 


 

Exclusive Agreements in Place with Major Brands

Social Commerce Group SE partnershipsSocial Commerce Group has inked exclusive partnerships with brands such as Universal, Disney, Motown, and Marvel Enterprises according to the May 2015 investor presentation and the company has been in the German press (see Die Welt: Berlin Celebrity clones from the 3-D Printer). Press coverage to date in the U.S. has been minimal, but I think that will change based on my conversation with management (which I will highlight below).

Lady Gaga next?

As most 3D printing enthusiasts know, Lady Gaga is a fan of the technology (see Forbes: Lady Gaga Goes Gaga Over 3D Printing). Her French Bulldog, “Asia”, makes a 3D printed appearance on the contact page of Staramba and according to Social Commerce Group management, they are working closely with Lady Gaga now to develop the concepts she envisions in a 3D printed Lady Gaga, including multiple (and I assume, quite wild), outfits that would be available.

With 46 million twitter followers, @ladygaga could probably crash the servers at Staramba with a few keystrokes once here 3D printed version is available. 


Notes from my chat with management

I contacted Social Commerce Group and spoke with Sebastian Wolters, the Director of Corporate Development for the company and the interim CEO of Stramba.com during this rollout phase. Fortunately for me, Mr. Wolters is completely fluent in English.

I jotted down some notes during the conversation with Mr. Wolters, and will summarize them here:

  • Master contracts with Disney and Universal are in place
  • Staramba is launching a franchise model which is generating a lot of interest
  • They’ve been in LA for the last 7 months scanning stars for 3D printed versions that will be available soon
  • They’ve developed their own 3D scanning hardware/software suite that results in the highest quality 3D figurines and will be seeking IP protection of the technology
  • They will begin selling their proprietary 3D scanning system in June
  • Difference between Staramba 3D printed figures and others is in scanning and software suite. The high quality is what led to their partnerships with names like Disney, Marvel, Universal, etc.
  • Lady Gaga has been active in discussions re: concept and design for her 3D printed version (not yet available)
  • Plan a big presence in the U.S.
    Currently have offices in NYC (Staramba USA Corp. , 450 Seventh Avenue, 33rd Floor) and LA. Will announce a new East Coast- U.S. production and distribution center in coming weeks. Expect news flow in U.S. market to begin this summer
  • Eventual IPO in U.S. market of Staramba USA Corp. discussed and is probable

Conclusion

It will be interesting to see how the market values Social Commerce SE in coming weeks/months as more investors discover it. As of Friday’s close of 13.80 euros, ($15.19 USD), the market cap of $21M USD seems quite low given the many positives discussed above that will begin catching the attention of more investors. Where shares go over the longer term will depend on how close to the revenue and EBITA guidance the company has given. If they meet the guidance above, then I’d say there’s plenty of blue skies ahead for shareholders.


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SLM SolutionsSLM Solutions AG, (web site) (ticker AM3D on Germany’s Xetra exchange) reported a very strong Q1 this morning. 

 

 


 

  • Q1 revenue grew 130 % to EUR 8.5 million
  • By March 31, SLM Solutions had already received orders valued at EUR 14.4 million – a quadrupling compared with the previous year’s quarter’s EUR 3.6 million. This new order intake comprises 17 machines (previous year: 7 machines), and includes 7 units of the top performing product, the SLM 500HL (previous year: 0), 7 units of the SLM 280HL (previous year: 5) and 3 units of the SLM 125HL (previous year: 2).
  • Adjusted EBITDA increased to a positive EUR 0.3 million this year, vs. negative EUR -0.2 million in Q1 of 2014
  • Management Board anticipates consolidated revenue increasing to between EUR 55 million and EUR 60 million in 2015

See Q1 2015 Earnings Press Release

The Q1 growth trend is apparently continuing also.  CEO Dr. Markus Rechlin stated:

“Our new order intake has reached a total of EUR18.5million as of May 11 – compared with EUR 7.4 million in the previous year. In the context of industrial manufacturing, plant and machine builders are focusing increasingly on metal-based 3D printing to produce complex components with outstanding properties.”

See also: (SLM Solutions Q1 2015 Report (PDF)

SLM Solutions Corporate Overview Video


Based in Lübeck, Germany, SLM Solutions began trading as a public company in May 2014. SLM Solutions uses selective laser melting, or SLM, technology in the industrial metals space. In addition to an OEM of 3D printers, SLM also produces vacuum and investment casting systems. SLM’s customers are in the automotive, aerospace, construction, consumer electronics, and medical device industries and include General Electric, Siemens,  BMW,  and NASA.  SLM opened a location in Novi, Mich in 2013 to provide closer access to U.S. automotive customers.


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3D printing stock Graphene 3D LabIn news this morning, New York based Graphene 3D Lab (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF), announced the company is launching a new line of water-soluble filaments.

The water-soluble filaments are primarily used to occupy negative space during a 3D print.  These filaments are used to fill gaps designed in objects and allow the print to be suspended over air.  Following printing, the object can be placed in water, and the water-soluble material will completely dissolve, leaving empty space.

This launch adds to their line of electrically conductive filaments (press release) and Nylon 680 filaments (press release) which have FDA approval for indirect food contact, and have superior strength and physical attributes when compared to consumer-grade materials currently on the market.

Graphene 3D Lab sells filaments through several channels, including their web site at BlackMagic3D.com.

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Electrically Conductive FilamentsIn news this morning New York-based Graphene 3D Lab (GPHBF), (GGG.V) announced that electrically conductive filaments for 3D printing are now for Electrically Conductive Filamentssale (press release).

The filament is compatible with most commercially available 3D printers and can be used to print conductive traces within 3D printed parts for electronics.

Sales are being launched via the company’s new web site at BlackMagic3D.com. You can also follow BlackMagic3D on Twitter @ https://twitter.com/BlackMagic_3D

The availability of electrically conductive filament for 3D printing on a commercial scale could be an industry-changing event that could ultimately drive sales of consumer grade 3D printers higher.  Consider the possibilities that can now become reality when you combine the benefits of 3D printing with the amazing properties of graphene:

Graphene 3D Lab graphene and 3D printing


Electrically conductive filaments be the “killer app” that 3D printing needs to spur much higher consumer adoption.

In addition to the launch of electrically conductive filaments at BlackMagic3D.com Graphene 3D Lab has a busy year planned. The company is developing a multi-material 3D printer as well as 3D printed batteries and it remains my pick for “The Best 3D Printing Stock to Buy Now“.

See investor presentation for corporate goals/timeline.

 


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ArcamLeading titanium 3D printer OEM, Arcam AB announced this morning:

 

 


 

Sales increased by 105% to 137.1 MSEK / = $16.5 million USD  (vs. 66.9 MSEK in Q4 2013)

Operating income increased to 13.2 MSEK = $1.6 million USD (vs. 6.9 MSEK in Q4 2013)

Net income increased to 15.0 MSEK = $1.8 million USD (vs. 7.6 MSEK in Q4 2013)

Order intake increased to 21 (vs. 10 in Q4 2013) systems

For 2014, the company reported + EPS which increased to 3.10 SEK ( vs. 0.96 in 2013) or .37/share in USD. It’s important to note that this figure includes the tax effects of approximately 15.8 MSEK. This is offset by $9.3 MSEK in non-recurring costs, for a net of ~ $6.5 MSEK towards earnings.

currency conversion:

3.10 SEK = 0.374087 USD
Swedish Krona US Dollar
1 SEK = 0.120673 USD 1 USD = 8.28684 SEK

 

To those following the 3D printing space closely, these numbers may not come as a surprise. Most industry experts agree that the high growth niche for 3D printing is in industrial manufacturing of high grade metal parts for aerospace, defense, medical/prosthetic implant markets. These are markets in which Arcam’s Electron Beam Melting (EBM) technology is perfectly suited (see interview with Arcam AB CEO: http://3dprintingstocks.com/arcam-ab-ceo/ ).

 

Arcam trades under tickers ARCM.ST on the Nasdaq OMX Nordic and AMAVF in the US as an ADR.


 

Arcam has strong start in 2015 with 5 orders announced YTD:


Earnings Conference Call Today:

Time: February 5, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. EST / 3:00 p.m. CET 

Phone numbers:  US: +1 6465025116 , SE: +46 856642691 ,  UK: +442034281400

For registration please follow link: Arcam Q4 2014 Report

Make sure you are connected to the phone conference by calling in and register a few minutes before the conference begins.

 


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In a post I made earlier this morning I wrote that apparently Garphene 3D Lab (GPHBF) / (GGG.V) has 3D printed a cell phone.

This was based on a quote in Wired magazine’s subsidiary “The Connective“, in which the writer had made a mistake.

The article I quoted from can be read here.

Quoting from the article:

“While existing technology makes printing electronic components such as resistors or wires possible, says Dr. Elena Polyakova, chief operating officer of Graphene 3-D Lab, it stops short of a fully connected circuit with energy storage. With the new filaments, she says, “you can embed wires inside of 3-D printed objects [to] make simple batteries.” The company, which has successfully printed a simple cell phone, is currently manufacturing 1-2 kilos per day of graphene composite filaments and is scaling up production.”

I checked my sources connected with the company to confirm this…and there was apparently some miscommunication that I need to correct.

Graphene 3D Lab is has NOT 3D printed a cell phone, despite what the article cited above reports.

 

I have taken a screen capture of the article as well:

Capture

 

I have always done my best to be as accurate as I possibly can be and have removed the post related to Graphene 3D Lab 3D printing a cell phone which was based on information available to the public and was a direct quote from the article.


 

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