Power Your Day Work Home Fitness Travel Research Industry With The World’s Most Advanced Battery Materials

3D Nano Batteries (3DNB), LLC is an innovative battery research and development power company commercializing next-generation battery systems for broad scale use across various industries.

By creating new battery products with our novel patented and licensed Carbon Nanotube (CNT) materials and integrating these materials to existing battery products, we will deliver unprecedented improvements in energy storage, power density and re-charge capabilities that will redefine industry standards. 3DNB, is the parent company that holds the global licensing rights and the intellectual property (IP) to utilize our state of the art and industry leading multi-wall carbon nanotubes, (MWCNT’s), and the only commercially scalable three-dimensional (3D) Carbon “NanoSponge™” material in the world for true “game changing” battery and capacitor field of use applications.

3DNB and its affiliate subdivisions are on course to shatter the limitations that have hindered the longevity and power density requirements for a wide range of battery applications in portable devices spanning automotive, industrial, medical, military and consumer electronics markets like cell phones, laptops and tablets, including gaming and toy industry devices and the emerging “wearables” market, with our advanced battery technology.

Our licensing business model gives our investors the opportunity to expand quickly into the global battery and capacitor sector by purchasing licensing rights to industries or products, and/or regions; or by financing many potential battery subsidiaries, like our initial launch of the 3DNB CLT division, which will hold the USA licensing rights to commercialize our patented battery applications for use in Cell Phones, “C”; Laptops, “L” and Tablets, “T”, (CLT’s) for an equity stake in the company.

We are Innovative Next Gen Advanced Disruptors

The impact of our materials in batteries can be quite staggering.

For electric vehicles, full charge will be achieved in only a few minutes with extended range of 1000 miles or more! This can radically change private and public transportation in America and clear across China! For consumer products like cell phones, laptops, tablets and other portable electronic devices, run time and life will be significantly extended and the ability to rapidly recharge will impact our day to day productivity. Instead of charging your cell phone every night while it barely powers you through your day, why not charge it up every weekend for about 60 seconds! As for the emerging wearable markets, they will no longer be constrained by the battery to wrist based products and will expand exponentially with flexible batteries fully integrated into products like sneakers, clothes, hats and belts and in multitudes of form factors and chemistries. And all this is just the beginning!

From the technology side of things, we at 3DNB, are designing and developing structural carbon nanotube materials for direct integration into battery and capacitor electrodes to enhance conductivity and adhesion and to reduce the need for other non-active ingredients. Our licensed and patented NanoSponge™ foam material will become a core structural platform for the advancement of three dimensional electrodes that will dramatically boost energy and power performance in cells.

The photo above helps to visualize how our NanoSponge™ material provides the structure for significant performance advances in rechargeable batteries. The colored framework represents CNT NanoSponge™ anode and cathode electrodes.

Meet the Team

Samuel R. Hashim

Samuel R. Hashim

Co-Founder, Chairman & CEO
Christopher M. Faraguna

Christopher M. Faraguna

Co-Founder, Vice President, Director of R&D
Dr. Daniel P. Hashim

Dr. Daniel P. Hashim

Chief Science Officer 3DNB

Technical Impact

One distinct feature of modern life is a seemingly unlimited demand for more energy, including electrical energy, and a corresponding demand for better ways of storing it. ‘Better’ in this case often boils down to higher energy density – expressed as energy per unit mass and or volume – charge/discharge rates and cycle life. The advent of hybrid and all-electric vehicles is emblematic of this trend. The short range of electric vehicles is due to the fact that there are practical limits to how much room and weight can be allotted to the storage devices in a passenger car. Higher energy density storage equates to longer range. Also, slow charging rates limit auto utility, and the storage device must withstand multiple charge/discharge cycles to be economically viable.