Graphmatech and add:north to develop 3D printable graphene filament

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Two innovative material technology startups Graphmatech and add:north 3D (a Swedish 3D materials developer specialized in FDM materials) are collaborating on the development of novel conductive Aros Graphene-based filaments for 3D printing.

This may open up many new different 3D-printing applications such as thermal management components, circuit boards and efficient electromagnetic and radio frequency shielding.

More information about add:north is available on their website.

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