3D printing with Graphene?

Graphene, a one-atom thick sheet of carbon atoms, is truly a ‘super material’, though one that’s still mostly existing only in labs and not everyday life.  Yet.  American Graphite Technologies is working on extrudable graphene which could then be used in 3D printers to enable new manufacturing possibilities for this fantastic material.  Just how good is it?  Well it conducts electricity well, conducts head extremely well, and is 200 times stronger than steel.  It’s also virtually transparent.  Pretty cool stuff, and regardless of whether they pull off this 3D printing, expect this material to become a part of your life soon.

(via Inhabitat)