Directa Plus offers graphene-enhanced 3D printing material

By Shruti Salwan
Published: Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Italy-based Directa Plus has launched a new generation of polylactic acid-based graphene-enhanced filaments, manufactured using the company’s graphene-based product, which it says offers enhanced properties at a competitive price.

Graphene producer Directa Plus has launched Grafylon 3D, a graphene-enhanced filament for 3D printing, manufactured using the company’s graphene-based products.According to Directa Plus, the filament offers improved properties pertaining to conductivity and material strength.Grafylon 3D contains Directa Plus's core product Graphene Plus (G+), made under a proprietary technology, produced from a...

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