Advances in 3D-printed supercapacitor technology could lead to wider use

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Advances in 3D-printed supercapacitor technology could lead to wider use use of fast-charging energy storage devices and novel designs for electronic gadgets.

Scientists at UC Santa Cruz and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have reported unprecedented performance results for a supercapacitor electrode. The researchers fabricated electrodes using a printable graphene aerogel to build a porous three-dimensional scaffold loaded with pseudocapacitive material. Continue reading “Advances in 3D-printed supercapacitor technology could lead to wider use”

Graphene filament for 3D Printing becomes available

Graphene 3D Lab Inc.has announced that it has received and successfully assembled an industrial scale thermoplastic extruder line to be used in the production of conductive graphene filament. The equipment, which has a production capacity of up to 10 kg per hour of 3D printer filament, is now operational and has been tested for the production of specialty filaments. Continue reading “Graphene filament for 3D Printing becomes available”