Incubation Alliance (InALA), a Japanese company established in 2007 to manufacture and sale carbon materials) developed a new process to mass produce graphene. The company is using a proprietary high speed CVD process to mass-synthesize graphene without the use of substrates, catalysts, or stripping. The results of this process is a graphene mass that they call Graphene Flower (as it resembles flower petal in shape).

Graphene Flowers (which are 3D materials) are disperse in various solvents. This basically creates regular 2D graphene materials in dispersion. Those materials are being sold by InALA today to customers. The company does not offer any graphene sheets on a substrate, only graphene dispersion.

InALA also plans to start offering graphene-based products soon, and they already have the capacity to start mass producing the material.