Today, Graphene 3D Lab, Inc. announced that Gil Mayron has been chosen as Chief Marketing Officer for their company. They are welcoming a veteran in the 3D printing industry on board, as Mayron is known as founder of BotMill, a forerunner in the desktop 3D printing industry, which was acquired by 3D Systems in 2011. Mayron then joined their business development team, where he initiated several high-level branding partnerships.
Based in Calverton, NY, Graphene 3D Lab, Inc. is a developer and manufacturer of graphene-enhanced materials for 3D printing. The company is a ‘spin-out’ of Graphene Laboratories, Inc., a manufacturer and retailer of graphene and advanced materials. Graphene is pure carbon in the form of a very thin, nearly transparent sheet, one atom thick. It is considered to be very strong and conductive, while lightweight. Graphene 3D Lab considers graphene to be a ‘wonder’ material praised for its extraordinary strength and conductivity
“Gil has many years of high-level experience in negotiating, business acquisition, and in developing distribution networks in the 3D printing industry. As the founder of one of the first desktop 3D printing companies, Gil has exemplified his ability to build a market around new innovations,” said Daniel Stolyarov, CEO of Graphene 3D. “We expect Gil’s previous experience and professional network to play an important role in the commercialization of our products in the next three to six months.”
At Graphene 3D, Mr. Mayron will be responsible for developing distribution channels, identifying potential business partners and acquisition targets, and negotiating new business arrangements.
“Graphene 3D Lab is at in important phase of growth and development. I look forward to once again being part of a rapidly growing team of innovators in the 3D printing space,” said Mayron. “I believe my experience in business development at 3D Systems will prove valuable not only in fostering new relationships, but also in developing sales strategies which are focused on the continued growth of Graphene 3D.”
Graphene-enhanced nanocomposite materials have the potential to offer an enormous amount of expansion in the range of commercial applications of 3D printing. Graphene 3D Lab is producing graphene nanocomposites and other advanced materials that can take 3D printing to the next stage of commercial development. Graphene has the ability to affect other materials that can then share many of the same properties, becoming stronger and more conductive.
The global market for graphene was expected to reach $9 million this year, with the majority of sales coming from semiconductor, electronics, battery energy, and composites.
Does the use of graphene in 3D printing interest you? Let us know what types of interesting materials and innovations have caught your interest lately in the 3D printing industry in the Graphene 3D Lab forum at 3DPB.com.
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