G6 Materials, formerly known as Graphene 3D Lab, Inc was spun-off Graphene Labs in November 2013 to focus on development of high-performance graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing.
Graphene 3D Lab is a public company, trading in the Canadian stock exchange (TSX:GGG, OTC: GPHBF) following a reverse-merger with Matnic Resources in August 2014. Lomiko Metals is a stakeholder in the company. In 2015 Graphene 3D Labs acquired its former parent company Graphene Labs.
In September 2014, we posted an interview with the company's founder and COO, Dr. Elena Polyakova.
The latest Graphene 3D Lab news:
G6 Materials Corp. (formerly known as "Graphene 3D Lab) has announced the start of a new green-energy focused collaboration with Gilman Industries, a company focused on commercializing its hydrogen-producing technology. The objective of the project is to develop a new generation of Evolve, a proprietary hydrogen generator that produces hydrogen by splitting water with an electric current.
During the course of this project, G6 will develop a robust graphene-based material for electrodes within the hydrogen generator. Introducing a resilient graphene-based material has the potential to deliver chemical stability that could allow the generator to operate with seawater, which if successful, would drastically expand the range of potential applications.
Graphene 3D Lab has announces that on January 23, 2020, the Company will be changing its name to G6 Materials Corp. The Company’s shares will continue to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the same ticker symbol (“GGG”).
The name change and updated branding reflects the Company’s evolving business strategy and greater focus on new lucrative opportunities in the field of advanced materials. The Company has already developed graphene additives for laminated carbon fiber and fiberglass composites, which are expected by the Company to significantly improve materials currently used in defense, airspace, marine, and automotive industries. The Company also established an industry partnership with a private Singaporean company, with G6 leading the development of new graphene-enhanced composite materials to be used for improved performance and durability for marine vessels and structures.
Graphene 3D Lab has announced that it has closed an oversubscribed private placement for gross proceeds of $212,000.
The Company intends to use the net proceeds from the private placement for research and development activities and general working capital purposes.
G6-Epoxy: A New Generation of Graphene-Enhanced Electrically Conductive Adhesives Offers Competitive Advantages
The following is a sponsored post by Graphene Labs
Graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs), unique materials produced from natural graphite, are finding their way into a wide variety of commercial products including nanocomposites, lubricants, additives to battery electrodes, functional textiles, as well as many other applications.
GNPs have quite a few outstanding properties that allow them to be employed in a broad spectrum of applications, including:
- Superb mechanical strength
- Excellent electrical conductivity
- Ability to vastly improve the tensile strength and fracture toughness of polymers
- Low percolation threshold
- Resistance to corrosion
Graphene 3D Lab patents a graphene-based technology to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining. The supercomputers used to mine Bitcoin and other digital currencies give off a lot of thermal energy, which is currently mostly wasted, and so G3L's technology will be used to capture this energy and redirect it to power fridges and A/C units.
Graphene 3D Lab’s technology uses graphene-based modules to harvest the thermal energy given off by these powerful machines and redirects it into heating and/ or refrigeration solutions. Not only will G3L’s technology boost return on investment for data center operations, it is also expected to help reduce the environmental footprint of data processing.