In news this morning, Graphene 3D Lab (TSXV: GGG, OTCQB: GPHBF) announced that the company has entered into a R&D agreement with a Fortune 500 Manufacturer for multi-phased deliverables over the course of the next 12 months.
Today’s press release notes that:
“For competitive reasons and pursuant to confidentially clauses contained with the Agreement, neither specific research objectives nor the identity of the Agreement partner can be publicly disclosed. Upon successful completion of the research phase, and subject to approval by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, the developed materials will become a part of a consumer retail product.”
CEO of Graphene 3D Lab, Daneol Styeolyarov, explained:
“Our lab team will assist our partner to understand, handle and integrate graphene into future manufacturing. We are not just replacing other additives with graphene, we are working jointly with our partners to elevate the potential of their products. Product expertise from our partners, graphene expertise from our lab – the results is new products that can do more than before.”
Co-CEO Elana Ployakova added that the company expects graphene to become a common ingredient in large-scale manufacturing, and the agreement announced today will likely be a common first-step for traditional manufactures.
Graphene 3D Lab also announced the recent availability of Graphene Flex Foam, which has potential to be an excellent substrate candidate in the manufacture of electrodes of lithium-ion batteries as well as wearable and flexible electronics.
More information on Graphene 3D Lab:
- Graphene 3D Lab web site
- Innovations in Material Science Bring Functional Filaments to Market (by Dr. Daniel Stolyarov, CEO, Graphene 3D Lab)
- Conductive graphene filaments on sale at BlackMagic3D.com
- Investor Presentation
- 3D Printed Battery Demo
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