Incus is returning to its roots with the installation of the first Hammer Lab35 3D Printer at TU Wien.
In January, the Hammer Lab35 3D printing solution was installed at Technische Universität Wien at the Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics. With the expertise of Prof. Christian Gierl-Mayer the institute is at the forefront of powder metallurgy research, focusing on the development of powder materials for advanced technological applications.
The Incus’ LMM technology enables Prof. Gierl-Mayer to complete the whole sinter-based additive manufacturing workflow from alloy composition, powder production, AM, debinding, and sintering, plus recycling. The focus is on materials and applications with enhanced properties, specifically optimized for applications in the fields of energy and electronics. We are excited to start a great collaboration!