3D printed batteries from Graphene 3D Lab Inc.

Graphene 3D Lab Inc. 3D prints a working battery. Company expects sales of graphene-enhanced filaments to begin soon.

In a video released yesterday, Graphene 3D Lab Inc., (ticker GGG.V on the Toronto Venture Exchange and GPHBF on the U.S. OTC market), 3D prints a working battery.

Graphene 3D Lab CEO, Dr. Daniel Stolyarov, also expects the company will begin selling graphene-enhanced filaments compatible with most existing FFF 3D printers in the next few months.

Graphene 3D Lab (see prior article) appears to have early mover advantages in the development and commercialization of graphene materials for 3D printing. While the company may have a short (2 month) trading history, the CEO and COO are no strangers to graphene nanocomposite materials development. Following graphene’s identification and isolation in 2004, Drs. Stolyarov and Polyakova were early movers into the space and launched Graphene Laboratories, a commercially successful supplier of high quality graphene with over 7,000 global customers.

Disclosure: I am long shares of Graphene 3D Lab Inc. (GGG.V)