Graphene has long been seen as a "wonder material" and the solution to many of the world's challenges. The reality is very different and an immediate impact was not observed. However, the industry has been progressing over the past decade and a tipping point is now being observed with notable trials progressing into orders, significant capacity installations, and price reductions. Grahene-related materials are a large family ranging from powders to wafers; this report looks at all these forms. Bechmarking studies, granular forecasts, company profiles, manufacturer capacity/revenue/P&L are all included. IDTechEx has an extensive history in this industry and leverage an extensive amount of primary research to bring the reader the most accurate and up to date technical and market information. Beyond graphene there is an emerging family of 2D materials each with unique properties and potential across a range of commercial applications. Nearly all are at a very early-stage of development; IDTechEx provides an assessment and outlook with a specific focus on boron nitride, transition metal dichalcogenides, MXenes, and Xenes.