New York-based Graphene 3D Lab has launched
a conductive, composite thermoplastic-and-nanocarbon material for use with 3D
The product, Conductive Graphene Filament,
is PLA plastic-based which can be able to print conductive traces using most 3D
printers, according to a statement from the company.
“We anticipate a wide variety of
applications, including the 3D printing of conductive traces and capacitive
touch sensors,” said CEO Daniel Stolyarov.
“This is an important milestone for
Graphene 3D Lab, achieving revenue through the commercialization of functional
3D printing materials and in achieving the Company’s goal of building an
ecosystem for 3D printing operational devices.”
The product sells for $US 65 per 200 gram
spool (plus shipping) and is available through Graphene 3D Lab’s Black Magic 3D