Graphene 3D Lab introduces flexible conductive TPU filament

Graphene 3D Lab, a leader in the development, manufacturing and marketing of proprietary composites and coatings based on graphene and other advanced materials, recently announced the release of a new product. The Company will now offer a filament for 3D printing that is both highly electrically conductive and flexible.

G3L reports that the enhanced properties of this product make it ideal for applications involving flexible sensors, electromagnetic/radiofrequency shielding, flexible conductive traces and electrodes to be used in wearable electronics. This new material will be available for purchase in 1.75mm diameter 100 gram spools at the Company's on-line store,, under the trade name of "Conductive Flexible TPU Filament".

Graphene 3D Lab recently started selling a new single-layer graphene oxide material under the trade name of ORG-GO, and also took part in Graphene-Info's Expert Roundup on the question of GO for use in composites.

Posted: Oct 11,2016 by Roni Peleg