Incus, an Austrian 3D printing company, was founded at the end of 2019 around a unique metal additive manufacturing technology, called Lithography-based Metal Manufacturing (LMM). The techology is based on the principle of photopolymerization, where three dimensional parts are produced by selective solidification through exposure to a light source in a layerwise manner. The fundation of this technique lies in the well-established stereolithography process, which was in 2006 adapted for ceramic materials, at the Technical University of Vienna. In 2015 this approach was further developed to process metal particles dispersed in a light-sensitive resin to produce metal parts and shortly after LMM was born.
Located in Vienna, home to a rapid expanding and developing 3D printing hub, consisting of numerous AM companies, Incus thrives to bring metal AM to the next level. Our technology allows the production of metallic parts with unmatched precison and surface aethstetics. Consistency in achieved part quality on the one hand and flexiblity and design freedom on the other are key values of our LMM process. Incus provides an all-in-one solution of different 3D printer types as well as a wide range of available printing materials that satisfy all requirements.
Furthermore, Incus is commited to reducing raw material consumption and making a significant contibution to sustainable and resource-saving prodcution on both laboratory and industrial scale. Hence, over 99% of the raw material can be recycled multiple times without any loss in achieved results and quality.