Versarien plc (LON:VRS), the advanced engineering materials group is pleased to announce that is working with with 3D printing specialists E3D Online Ltd in initial trials for incorporating graphene into its 3D printing process. The aim of the trial is to test whether the exceptional properties of the graphene developed by 2D-Tech can be incorporated into 3D printed parts.
Sanjay Mortimer, Director of Research and Development at E3D Online Ltd commented: “E3D is constantly seeking to push boundaries in what is possible to achieve with 3D printing. Working with Versarien to incorporate graphene into 3D printed parts is extremely exciting and we look forward to creating enhanced materials with advanced properties that would not be possible without this collaboration.”
Neill Ricketts, CEO of Versarien plc commented: “We are always looking for new and innovative applications for our graphene technology and we look forward to collaborating with E3D Online Ltd in progressing this potential use for graphene in 3D printed products. This is one of a number of graphene applications we are investigating and is an example of graphene moving from the lab to the real world.”