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Venture Profile: Vorbeck

Vorbeck's Vor-x formulations harness the exceptional conductivity of graphene in ultra-flexible and robust inks and coatings for the printed electronics market.

President: John Lettow
Location: Maryland, US
Industry: Electronic and Specialty Materials
Venture Is: post Series A

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Vorbeck Materials is transforming industrial applications with its Vor-x™ graphene formulations and composites. Touted as one of the strongest, most thermally and electrically conductive materials known, graphene is unique among carbon fillers in form as well as function. As a proprietary form of single-sheet, functionalized graphene, Vor-x is not only highly pure but also robust to industrial processing conditions. Now produced in multi-ton quantities, Vor-x composites and formulations offer manufacturers plug-n-play compatibility with existing processing equipment.

Vorbeck has developed Vor-x products to meet real-world industrial challenges. Vor-x formulations harness the exceptional conductivity of graphene in ultra-flexible and robust inks and coatings for the printed electronics market. In energy applications, Vor-x delivers demonstrable performance gains by breaking traditional technology trade-offs. Plastic and rubber composites with low Vor-x loadings attain extreme levels of strength, dimensional stability, conductivity, and environmental resistance, thereby enabling new applications and design possibilities. Vor-x's broad applicability and direct adoption path has attracted significant commercial interest.

Our experienced staff works with industry partners in the communications, energy, materials, and transportation industries to jointly develop new products using Vorbeck's unique technologies. We embrace new product opportunities and welcome innovative development partners with targeted application needs.

Vorbeck is actively cultivating relationships with strategic partners/investors positioned to harness the more than $10 billion market opportunity of this platform technology.

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