Developments in 3D printing graphene

3D printing started with plastic in the 1980s and today several companies have machines capable of printing in titanium and other metals. We can also print in a growing list of other materials including rubber, cement, and glass. So it follows that researchers want to achieve 3D printing with the strongest known material, graphene. Graphene is not only super strong; it’s also incredibly light and flexible, as well as more conductive than copper. And graphite, the mineral that graphene is comprised of, is widely abundant. Add it all up and it becomes apparent how foolish it would be to NOT develop graphene 3D printing. Continue reading “Developments in 3D printing graphene”