Hello, so I have recently jumped into this wickedly cool hobby you guys do. I've taking it upom myself to try, and put together a 445nm diode that can output 7W. Being overly cautious and overall just curious what would graphene powder heavily suspended in a low yielding resin prove to be useful for a shelling? I am trying to understand thermal conductivity, and I am realizing that these particles need to be touching each other for the best possible outcome. Is this an overkill process which would end up being a waste of money and time, for it would be suspended within resin molecules thus preventing contact needed? That is my vague understanding through wiki research. At any case would love to hear your opinions on why this won't work, or if it would. If it is left as an unknown I may shell out some money just for the sake of science, but would like to know if it is insanely obsurd before doing so.