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New Report on Nanomaterials and Graphene for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanomaterials and Graphene for 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing" report to their offering.

The report provides access to news, patents, academic research findings and also supplies company details. The report also highlights universities and institutes working in the field, as well as, companies and research organisations that are patenting.

Research findings include the next generation of active electronics in unique functional and interwoven architectures, as well as, methods to incorporate optically detectable nano particles for security measures and advances in biomedical applications.

Areas of interest from the patent sestion include: thermal transfer, nylon substitution, tissue engineering, drug delivery, manufacturing of porous materials, strengthening final products and the introduction of graphene.

Many diverse topics such as printed electronics, biomedical, aerospace, supercapacitors, nanoscale objects, security applications, characterisation, novel inks and related printing process are described in the report.

Materials such as graphene, porous nanocomposites, conductive nano inks and titanium nanocomposites are being used for reinforcement and making biomedical scaffolds and flexible electronics.

Recently, conductive graphene filaments for printing electrically conductive components have entered the market and some automotive manufactures plan to use graphene for future component reinforcement.

Experts were asked for their views on the commercial viability of introducing nanomaterials and graphene into the 3D printing and additive manufacturing supply chain. Experts come from organiations such as MIT, Haydale Ltd, Group NanoXplore Inc., Monash University and Université de Fribourg. Our findings from this research are presented in this report.

Graphene is a material that has been making headlines across the globe. Its many interesting properties makes graphene very interesting to academic scientists and industrial companies. Graphene is extremely thin, stiff and strong, a conductor of heat and electricity and it is also ductile.

Discover the latest research results which your company can optimise for future business opportunities.

Key Topics Covered:

1. List of Tables

2. Introduction

3. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, Around the Globe and Market

4. 3D Printing Applications

5. Companies Producing 3D Printing Systems and Services

6. Conclusions

Companies Mentioned

  • Group NanoXplore Inc.
  • Haydale Ltd
  • Wohlers Associates, Inc.

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