A WONDER substance firm has revealed a “compelling” new technology as it bids to strengthen global expansion plans.
Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) says its Structural Ink platform will increase mechanical toughness across manufacturers’ varied apparatus.
The business is now progressing with a joint development agreement to gain a further foothold in the aerospace sector, having already unveiled a stellar satellite deal with Airbus Defence and Space and a supply agreement with Wearside fishing rod maker Century Composites.
AGM, based at the Wilton Centre, near Redcar, produces graphene, which is acclaimed by experts for being ultra-lightweight yet overtly tough and capable of conducting electricity, despite being as thin as a human hair.
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Source: The Northern Echo