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.

More information on Graphene 3D Lab:

Graphene 3D Lab Inc. gary siig



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