Our technology – your production

Use our advanced battery technology in your own production facilities at your site. This allows you to produce high-performance, form-flexible and environmentally compatible battery cells on your own premises. Make use of the technical advantage of Blackstone Thick Layer Technology ©️ and become independent.

Blackstone Technology’s green battery production guarantees short distances, undisturbed operating processes, high supply security and self-sufficiency. Integrate your battery supply into your own value chain and turn our technology to your advantage. You will be independent of the dynamic developments on the world markets or suppliers from Asia.

With the 3D screen printing technology we have developed, you take the production of your batteries into your own hands. Resource-efficient, energy-saving and without toxic waste. Are you interested? We will be happy to answer your questions!

Blackstone battery production - your advantages at a glance:

  • The investment costs of our battery production are around 70% lower than conventional plants. The CO₂ footprint is significantly lower.
  • Our thick-layer technology offers 20% more energy density and sustainably reduces material consumption.
  • • You can print batteries in any shapewith a single 3D system (almost any geometry is possible).
  • • Various additives can be added in the printing process. It also gives you the option of printing thin current collectors or embedded electronic components in your batteries.
  • The automatic production is particularly cost- as well as energy-efficient and ensures high production speeds.
  • Benefit from the use of a proven 3D printing technology for the production of lithium-ion batteries with the highest degree of flexibility in production.
  • Our technology achieves a CAPEX saving of 30%, and an OPEX saving of 10%. For future solid-state technologies, we expect a CAPEX saving of 70% and an OPEX saving of 30%.
  • Secure access to own customized battery cells.
  • Reduction of energy consumption by approximately 25%, as the effort required for the drying process is reduced by 50%. This represents the most significant manufacturing cost for battery cells – it accounts for 45-57% of the total energy cost.