Guten morgen, so schlimm war die Konso gestern dann doch nicht! Gutes Zeichen?? Habe es schon bei wallstreet geschrieben. Bin seit 1,40 Cad dabei. Langfristig orientiert. Wenn nur ansatzweise was an den Planungen von graphen 3D dran ist, dann steckt einiges an Potenzial in der Aktie. Vor allem, wenn die Amis mal richtig aufmerksam geworden sind/ aufmerksam gemacht werden (Börsenbriefe)!! An der Otc werden sie jetzt ja auch gehandelt. Und die Amis sind verrückt nach 3 D. Alles ist natürlich höchst spekulativ und kann sich auch schnell als Luftnummer rausstellen. Aber man kann vielleicht auch von fast Anfang an, an einer Erfolgsgeschichte beteildigt sein!! Und dann ist alles möglich.
Lomiko Metals and Graphene Laboratories Launch Graphene 3D Labs - A Company Focused On 3D Printing With Graphene Materials
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA and NEW YORK, NEW YORK--(Marketwired - Nov. 22, 2013) - LOMIKO METALS INC. (TSX VENTURE:LMR)(PINKSHEETS:LMRMF)(FRANKFURT:DH8B) (Europe: ISIN: CA54163Q1028, WKN: A0Q9W7,) (the "Company") announced today the formation of Graphene 3D Labs Inc. to focus on the development of high-performance graphene-enhanced materials for 3D Printing. Dr. Daniel Stolyarov of Graphene Laboratories Inc. ("Grapehne Labs") was appointed CEO and Dr. Michael Gouzman, a leading expert in 3D Printing, was appointed VP of Engineering and Technology.
On February 12, 2013 the Company had entered into a Strategic Alliance Agreement ("SAA") with Graphene Labs. The creation of Graphene 3D Labs, a spin-out of Graphene Labs, is a result of R&D efforts during the duration of the SAA.
3D Printing is a new and promising manufacturing technology that has garnered much interest, growing from uses in prototyping to everyday products. Today, it is a billion dollar industry growing at a brisk pace. New developments in 3D printing will allow products with different components such as printed electronic circuits, sensors or batteries to be manufactured.
High quality graphite is a base material for producing graphene. Lomiko will provide graphite to Graphene 3D Labs as the exclusive supplier to Graphene 3D Labs and invest $50,000 in the start-up for 250,000 preferred shares which are entitled to dividends. Lomiko will require a minimum of $300,000 financing by May 1, 2014 to participate in the venture and further financings to participate in a series of graphene-related ventures in addition to work on a graphite resource at the Quatre Milles Project. The transaction is arm's length and subject to the approval of the TSX.
"Our involvement in Graphene 3D Labs is a concrete first step into the world of Graphene, 3D Printing and Printed Electronics. This is a rapidly developing new market for high quality natural graphite." stated A. Paul Gill, CEO from the Graphene Live! Conference in Santa Clara, California held November 19-22, 2013.
Dr. Elena Polyakova, CEO of Graphene Labs, was a speaker on Graphene Live! and stated, "We anticipate graphene-enabled materials to revolutionize 3D printing. We anticipate strong demand in airspace, automotive, semi-conductor and advanced manufacturing industries."
Currently Lomiko and Graphene Labs are working toward the integration of graphene-based products into end-user goods as set out in the Strategic Alliance. Lomiko's high quality graphite and the extensive customer database cultivated by the experts at Graphene Labs will prove indispensable to reaching production and commercialization goals.
Further developments related to new developments from Graphene 3D Labs on specific materials and results from the Supercapacitor Project will be reported when results are available.
Graphene 3D Labs Inc. Background
Graphene 3D Laboratories Inc a spin-out of Graphene Laboratories Inc, focuses on development of high-performance graphene-enhanced materials for 3D Printing.
Graphene Laboratories, Inc., located in Calverton, NY, specializes in the manufacture and sale of research materials to R&D markets, with the world's largest selection of advanced and 2D materials. Having been first in the market to introduce graphene materials for research use, the company is working towards industrial-scale production of graphene and graphene-like materials, currently with pilot-scale production capabilities. The team at Graphene Laboratories are recognized experts in graphene materials, with staff regularly presenting at international conferences and exhibitions. Researchers at Graphene Labs also specialize in custom projects and R&D.
Graphene Laboratories Inc. operates both the Graphene Supermarket® (www.graphene-supermarket.com) and Maximum Materials? (www.maximum-materials.com), and is a leading supplier of advanced 2D materials to thousands of customers around the globe. The company offers a wide variety of graphene materials, as well as other advanced 2D nanomaterials such as molybdenum disulfide, tungsten disulfide, and boron nitride products.
Lomiko Metals Inc. is a Canada-based, exploration-stage company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties that contain minerals for the new green economy. Its mineral properties include the Quatre Milles Graphite Property and the Vines Lake property which both have had recent major discoveries.
For more information on Lomiko Metals Inc., review the website at www.lomiko.com.
On Behalf of the Board
A. Paul Gill, Chief Executive Officer
We seek safe harbor. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
....schade dass ich im Februar nur 10000 investiet hatte...habe bei 2,40CAD verkauft. Gutes Geschäft, aber hatte gehofft sie schießt gleich auf 10CAD. So hatte es der Börsenbrief angekündigt :-( Naja, doch nur ne Luftnummer da kommt nicht mehr viel. 7000% reichen doch aber wohl an Gewinn? Was man eigentlich mehr???
Drücke euch die Daumen dass hier noch mehr potenzial nach OBEN ist.
Graphene 3D Lab aims to have commercial graphene-based 3D printing materials in 6 months
2 inShare. 3D Printing Graphene Labs Graphene-Info interviews
Using graphene as a 3D printing material is a very hot topic lately, with many companies attempting to unlock this market - including Graphene 3D Lab, Graphene Technologies, Grafoid, AGT, Qingdao Unique Products and others.
Graphene 3D Lab, a joint-venture between Graphene Labs and Lomiko Metals which recently went public in Canada, is one of the leaders in this new market. The company's founder and COO, Dr. Elena Polyakova, was kind enough to explain the company's technology and business and answer a few questions I had.
Q: Graphene 3D Lab was launched in November 2013. Can you update us on the company's current status?
Graphene 3D Lab (Graphene 3D) was launched in September of 2013 as a spinout of Graphene Laboratories. Both companies are co-located within a facility in Calverton, with each occupying their own administrative and laboratory spaces. Also, both companies maintain well-established R&D programs.
The R&D and pilot production facilities of Graphene 3D are undergoing continuous expansion in terms of our team, equipment, laboratory space, and production capabilities. We are pleased to have produced bench-top samples of functional devices using our 3D printing materials, which open up a range of possibilities in both the near and long term.
Q: What are the advantages of graphene-based materials over current 3D printing materials?
Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) -- a method of 3D printing in which filament is extruded layer by layer to create objects -- capabilities are currently bound by the offerings of filaments, which generally includes non-functional thermoplastics. While such plastics are great for printing desktop models and fascinating gadgets, the real-world applications of printing with such filaments by themselves are limited. By creating a line of materials with functional properties, the capabilities of FFF 3D printers will be greatly expanded.
By way of example, filaments infused with graphene can be conductive and much more durable than non-specialized filaments, features which are necessary for a host of applications. We also intend to develop filaments with other functional properties, including magnetic capabilities.
Q: Will this require different 3D printers or will you able to use existing printers?
Graphene-enhanced 3D printing materials have the capability of being used in the current generation of at home 3D printers. We have proven this concept by printing bench-top samples of operational objects in which the conductive tracks are manufactured using our graphene-enhanced materials.
However, that is not to say that it is possible to take full advantage of these materials with the current generation of desktop 3D printers. While it is a huge plus that these materials can be used today, we expect that to get the most of out of graphene, we will be required to build a full ecosystem around 3D printing with advanced printing materials. This would include printers with software and hardware which is tuned to the parameters of printing with graphene as well as non-specialized printing materials.
Q: What kind of applications do you see for your materials?
In the near term, there are many application areas which are already developing and would be greatly complimented by the ability to print with graphene. For example, 3D printing is making waves in the area of prosthetics by allowing for inexpensive, personalized artificial limbs and implants. Graphene is known for its lightweight and superior strength, making it an ideal material to be used in prosthetics. With 3D printing materials which are enhanced by graphene, we may see a new generation of durable, lightweight prosthetics.
In high-end electronics, conductive graphene-infused 3D printing materials may allow manufacturers to print end-products in a one step process. They can print not only the mechanical structure, but also integrated circuit layouts and heat-dissipation structures with the push of a button.
To be more ambitious about the long-term possibilities, I imagine 3D printing with graphene may be the ?missing link? to achieve a true Internet of Things -- where everyday objects transmit and receive data in a way which allows people to interact with their environment in novel ways. The difficulty in achieving an Internet of Things is that it requires simple objects to have embedded electronics, which means lots of wiring. This is an expensive process. However, with the ability to print not only an object, but its circuitry, simultaneously, the concept may be much more achievable.
Q: When will the 3D Printing material be ready for production? When should we expect commercialization of your graphene-based 3D printing materials?
Graphene 3D Lab is funded to begin production of our filaments in the near future. In fact, we are working towards a target of 6 months to commercial production, and we will certainly keep Graphene-Info readers up to date on any news related to commercialization.
Q: Graphene 3D Lab is now trading online. Can you update us on your financial status? Will you require more funds raising in the future?
We are very pleased to have completed a Reverse Takeover, which allows our company to trade on the Canadian TSX-V stock exchange under the symbol V.GGG. We are considering future funding, and will again keep readers of Graphene Info up to date regarding any investment opportunities.
Q: Is the business model of Graphene 3D Lab the sale of materials? Will you also move up in the supply chain?
While our established goals certainly include the sale of materials, they also includes the sale of printers as well as the development of an Applications Laboratory. This will allow consumers to request us to 3D print end-goods for them, using our advanced materials and proprietary technologies.
Our primary goal, however, is the development of an advanced manufacturing ecosystem. This can be accomplished by offering a broad selection of functional and non-functional 3D printable materials in conjunction with the hardware and software necessary for end-users to create operational devices.
Q: There are several other companies with research activities towards graphene 3D printing. What makes your project unique?
Other companies declarations of intent to become involved in this space is a good sign that there is a lot of interest in and an active need for such a product. Our team of electrical and mechanical engineers, chemists, and materials scientists is what makes us unique; it is also why we have made strides both in printing benchtop samples of functional devices using our filaments, and in intellectual property. In fact, our company holds IP related to multimaterial printing with advanced materials, including graphene-enhanced filaments -- technology of which we are excited to continue to pursue.
Thank you Elena, and good luck to both you and Graphene 3D Lab!
Ich hätte eher gedacht, dass Graphene auf 10 Euro hochschießt? Weshalb sollte der Kurs abstürzen? Die Batterien die die drucken sind doch ultimativ genial!!! Und Ultra schnell ladbar. Und selbst die Karosserie eines Fahrzeugs kann als Batterie gedruckt werden, ist doch voll geil???
aber schaut euch mal an woher die kommt, da ist so richtig viel Luft nach unten! Bin wirklich nur mit einer Mini-Posi rein, weil man das fast erwarten konnte. Sollte hier dennoch Potential sein - ich hab noch Einiges zum Nachlegen. Werde aber auch meine anderen Favouriten beobachten...
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