Minimum Wall Thickness of up to 0.1 mm

2019-11-06 - Based on the principle of photopolymerization, the Incus machine »Hammer« opens up new possibilities in the 3D printing of metal components. The new 3D metal printer and the Incus technology will be presented at Formnext 2019.

Thus, parts of a layer thickness of 20 µm and a minimum wall thickness of up to 0.1 mm and micro-bores of a diameter of up to 100 micron µm generated. Furthermore, Incus' process enables the 3D printing of metals where previous processes have failed, such as non-weldable alloys and hard metals or even metal powders with a significantly smaller particle size.

Four Beta 3D metal printers of the Hammer series have been in continuous use for some time. By using a feedstock, Incus promises cost-saving working conditions by eliminating the need for specialized work spaces or inert gas atmospheres for component production.

Evolved from the company Lithoz, Incus is accompanied by investments company AM Ventures, too. At the same time, Incus is well connected with the founder respective start up scene in Vienna and with research institutions such as the Vienna University of Technology. By moving to it's new location in the Viennese hightech quarter Seestadt the company is creating the basis for further growth.

Incus at Formnext 2019:

  • Hall 11.1 - Stand D32