GrapheneCA Signs MoU with Apis Cor to Develop 3D Printer with Potential To Print Homes

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Mobile 3D printers capable of locally manufacturing graphene are expected to greatly simplify theprocess of building in any remote location such as high risk natural disaster areas or on islands. 3Dprinters could allow developers to construct buildings able to withhold hurricanes and earthquakes in amatter of days. These advancements are anticipated to bring affordable housing one step closer tobecoming a reality. “Imagine being able to print a residential 2500 sq. ft. home in a day, for less than $8,000;or envision a mobile 3D printer that can solve current construction bottlenecks. These are a few of theample possibilities and our discussions with Apis Cor could lay the groundwork for making 3D printedgraphene a standard material in the construction process,” stated David Robles, Head of Business Development atGrapheneCA.
Nanographene Inc.