P600 is a collaboration between American Graphite and the Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology in Kharkov, Ukraine. It will research materials containing nanostructured carbon, primarily graphene, and existing and prospective methods of 3D printing, to create 3D objects using nanocarbon material. The project team will consist of eight scientists and PhDs with experience in the fields of nanotechnology, 3D printing, solid state physics, physical materials and thermal physics.

"I am very excited about the start-up of Project P600,” said Rick Walchuk, American Graphite CEO. “I will be meeting with the project manager to discuss the various avenues his team will explore with respect to using graphene and nanocarbon materials in 3D printing. We have some exciting ideas and, if successful, we hope that our developments could open up new and innovative products for the marketplace.”