Project to 3D-print batteries based on Aros Graphene® commenced

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Graphmatech will serve as a project partner in the pursuit of novel 3D-printable structural batteries, a Vinnova financed project spearheaded by Swerea IVF.

Graphmatech will supply Aros Graphene® to this project, where the aim is to 3D-print a complete and functional battery, with potential future uses such as wearable electronics.

Additonal information about the project is available at Vinnovas website (in Swedish)

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