Re: Incremental Fabrication

From: David (Thor) Maxfield (
Date: Thu Jul 30 1998 - 07:46:03 EEST


Incre, LLC works on, though quietly. In addition to the founder Dave Gore,
we have Mide Brindley, an electrical/software engineer and myself, a
mechanical engineer. We continue to develop our process with aluminum
alloys 1188 & 4043. Steel and Ti remain for the future.

Right now we are tackling orifice plugging and other reliability issues
that stand in the way of a commercial process. Resolving these issues
resembles fishing. How long it takes depends not only on the skill of the
angler, but on the behavior of the fish! I would love to be making
requests for beta test opportunities, but for the moment the fish refuses
to cooperate. If you want to know more about our process, I refer you to
our patents.

Thank you for your intrest,

David Maxfield
Incre, LLC

> From: Juha Suokas <>
> To:
> Subject: Incremental Fabrication
> Date: Tuesday, July 21, 1998 11:33 PM
> Hi there!
> Has anyone heard anything about Incre Inc. and Incremental Fabrication
> lately? I haven't found any recent info about them, so are they still
> I remember Tery Wohlers mentioning Incre's system in "State of the
> Industry, 1994-95 Worldwide Progress Report" and it's also described in
> Marshall Burns' book "Automated Fabrication". They had fabricated
> in tin and aluminum and David Gore expected "to develop the process for
> steel and titanium" - anybody know how that turned out?
> Thanks in advance,
> Juha Suokas
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