Why are you mentioning graphene and FARO in a post? Graphene is still very much an R&D material at the university Ph.D. level and some big corporate labs level. I am prepared to be educated, but would you give me some direction you think FARO could go with graphene in the next few years?
FARO is doing work with laser measuring device products, and I would be concerned if FARO is budgeting spending on basic research with graphene at this time. Maybe I am just ignorant of the progress with graphene, but I am willing and anxious to be educated.