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GrapheneCA inks collaboration with mobile, 3D printing system Apis Cor

GrapheneCA's head of business development David Robles tells Proactive Investors the privately-held graphene-based technology developer has inked a pact with California-based Apis Cor to develop a 3D printing system capable of printing graphene materials.

Robles says the new graphene 3D printers could allow developers to construct 2,500 sq ft buildings able to withstand hurricanes and earthquakes for around $8,000, under 24 hours.

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on 09/26/2019

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