Graphene 3D Lab announces new Industrial Materials Division

Mar 27, 2016

Graphene 3D Lab has announced a third line of business, the Industrial Materials Division, to be devoted to development of high volume graphene-infused polymers for the automotive, robotics, drone, aerospace and military industries. This line will join the company's two main ones: graphene production and commercialization of 3D Printing technologies.

As a step in this direction, G3L has finalized installation and testing of a state of the art twin-screw extruder manufactured by Thermo Fisher. This specialized equipment allows the company to create advanced composite materials with exceptional accuracy in shorter working times. The extruder will help to incorporate graphene into materials well suited for industrial production of new or existing products that are lighter, stronger, and more flexible than their current commercial counterparts. The company will now be able to respond faster to the increased demand from manufacturers.

Graphene 3D Lab increases non-brokered private placement

Dec 14, 2015

Graphene 3D Lab recently announced the initiation of a non-brokered private placement of up to 3,400,000 units to raise up to CDN$850,000 in gross proceeds (around $619,000 USD). Now, it the company has increased the proposed private placement to up to 4,000,000 Units to raise up to CDN$1,000,000 (around $730,000 USD).

G3L stated that proceeds from this financing will be used primarily for expansion of the company's business and for general working capital purposes.

Graphene 3D Lab initiates private placement financing

Dec 14, 2015

Graphene 3D Lab announced the initiation of a non-brokered private placement of up to 3,400,000 units to raise up to CND$850,000 in gross proceeds (around $619,000 USD).  Each Unit will consist of one common share and one non-transferable share purchase warrant.

The company stated that proceeds of this financing will be used primarily for expansion of its business and for general working capital purposes.

Graphene 3D lab files patent for a 3D printer that can print a graphene-based OLED

Dec 07, 2015

Graphene 3D Lab has announced filing a provisional patent for a process of 3D printing an OLED light source that immediately functions when printed, with a graphene coated transparent conductor window. This unique structure is the product of an innovative multi-functional 3D Printer, which can make thin films as well as 3D structures.

G3L patents printer for printing graphene-based OLED image

The printer patent relates to a technology that should lead the industry in multiple deposition techniques, robotic manipulator, laser and UV curing capabilities. G3L considers the new IP a dramatic leap forward, offering the ability to 3D print with multiple functional materials at the same time, including the ability to 3D print a working light. This printer was reportedly designed to maximize the attributes of the functional materials that the company already developed, and plans to introduce in the future to the market.

Graphene 3D Lab announces R&D-royalty agreement with a Fortune 500 manufacturer

Dec 02, 2015

Graphene 3D Labs logoGraphene 3D Lab and Graphene Laboratories have announced that they have signed a research, development and royalty agreement with a Fortune 500 manufacturer (that has been included in the Fortune 500 list for over 15 years). The agreement specifies the development of multi-phased deliverables over the course of the next 12 months. For confidentially reasons, neither specific research objectives nor the identity of the agreement partner can be revealed. Upon successful completion of the research phase, and subject to approval by the U.S. FDA, the developed materials will become a part of a consumer retail product. 

The agreement defines that all R&D costs and royalty obligations are to be paid by the partner, as well as a first-right-of-refusal for supply of any graphene related materials in future manufacturing. All IP developed under the scope of the Agreement will be jointly held by both parties.