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Graphene 3D Lab unveils first 3D-printed graphene battery

Graphene can be easily mixed with thermoplastics commonly used in FDM 3D printer. The company is working on designing a mixture of plastics and graphene that can be turned into nanocomposite material filament. The graphene-enhanced materials can be used within any standard FDM 3D printers to fabricate a functioning battery...


Preface by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

Normally I would post something like this in our blog, but this development is so significant, I want to give it proper attention by posting it here at PESN.

Our NEST associate, Russ Gries, who built his own 3D printer from scratch, is going to love this.

Imagine the possible applications to the development and roll-out of exotic free energy technologies that this represents. For example, it could make the direct-to-electricity application more readily achievable from the E-Cat cold fusion process that Hank Mills talked about yesterday. It makes solid state energy technology much closer at hand. It could be the missing piece that makes something that is otherwise ready to go.

Thanks to John Kuhles for bringing this to our attention.

The following is reprinted from http://www.3ders.org/articles/20141024-graphene-3d-lab-unveils-first-3d-printed-graphene-battery.html

Oct. 24, 2014

Graphene 3D Lab, based in Calverton, New York, announced in September that the company submitted a provisional application for a patent to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for recent innovations in the materials and methods of 3D printable batteries. Yesterday Graphene 3D released a brief video outlining details of the 3D printed battery development.

Graphene can be easily mixed with thermoplastics commonly used in FDM 3D printer. Currently the company is working on designing a mixture of plastics and graphene that can be turned into nanocomposite material filament. The graphene-enhanced materials can be used within any standard FDM 3D printers to fabricate a functioning battery which may be incorporated into a 3D printed object during the build process. These filaments possess functional properties including thermal and electrical conductivity and would be useful to produce variety of sorts of 3D printed batteries.

The key to power any electronic object is to have it attached to a power source. Currently Graphene 3D's 3D printed batteries can produce the same amount of power as a common AA battery, which could easily provide enough electricity to power the sort of small transmitters or sensors.

The company's 3D printed graphene battery can potentially outperform a conventional battery because of its shape, size and specifications that can be freely adjusted to fit the particular design of almost any 3D printed device.

Dr. Daniel Stolyarov, chief technology officer and co-founder of Graphene 3D Lab expects the company will offer the graphene-enhanced filaments to consumers later this year so they can print their own batteries. In the long term, Graphene 3D Lab plans to build a bespoke plug-and-play 3D printer which will allow users to 3D print battery by simply pressing one button.

Watch a video below explaining the technology:

Description: "In this video, Graphene 3D Lab Inc. 3D prints a working battery. This is the future of 3D printing."

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Last updated October 25, 2014

 
 

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