G6 Materials logo imageG6 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.

In January 2020, the company changes its name to G6 Materials, after having decided the former name no longer justly reflects its aims.

Company Address: 
760 Koehler Ave. Unit 2
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
United States

The latest Graphene 3D Lab news:

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.

G6 Epoxy (G6E RTC)

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 to use graphene to harvest thermal energy produced in Bitcoin mining

Graphene 3D Labs logoGraphene 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.

Graphene 3D Lab receives $1.2 million in warrant proceeds

Graphene 3D Labs logoGraphene 3D Lab has announced receiving a gross proceed of $1,246,051 from the exercise of 10,383,760 warrants.

Daniel Stolyarov, the President and co-CEO commented: "We are pleased to receive such strong support from our shareholders. With the warrant proceeds, the Company is starting the year of 2018 with solid cash position. Together with $500,000 grant that we received from the State of New York in December 2017, these funds will allow our company to accomplish expeditiously the relocation of operations to the new facility, establish better infrastructure, install industrial scale equipment, and increase production for rapid growth of Graphene 3D Lab's business."

Graphene 3D Lab secures a $500,000 grant from the State of New York

Graphene 3D Labs logoGraphene 3D Lab has announced that a grant of $500,000, awarded to the Graphene Laboratories (a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company) by Long Island Regional Economic Development Council (LIREDC) to help finance the renovation of the company’s new facility at Ronkonkoma, has been supported by the State of New York. The grant will also finance the acquisition of new equipment for the facility.

When announcing the award, NY's Governor said: “These awards are critical to building the foundations for New York’s future and ensuring that our economic momentum continues. I congratulate each of the Councils on their awards and look forward to continuing to partner to keep our communities vibrant and thriving for years to come.”