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23rd February 2018, Redcar

Graphene enhanced materials at JEC World

AGM Structural Ink printing. © Applied Graphene MaterialsAt next week’s JEC World in Paris Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) will demonstrate its Structural Ink, a new technology enabling the selective targeting of performance gains, by printing graphene into composite structures where it will be most design and cost efficient.

Having significantly advanced this technology in recent months, AGM is seeking serious collaboration partners with an ambition to help progress quickly to market exploitation with the technology.

AGM will also introduce its Genable range of unique dispersions specifically engineered to enable the successful incorporation and outstanding properties of graphene nanoplatelets into composite and coatings formulations.

Other new developments include Genable 4400, a graphene enhanced thermal paste, and the results of several market collaborations, including work with Magna Exteriors and SHD Composites in applying a commercially-available graphene enhanced CFRP material onto the Fenyr SuperSport Tailgate.

AGM is at stand M87 in Hall 5 at the Paris show.

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