Re: Direct Metal Prototyping Process Available

From: David Maxfield (
Date: Wed Feb 14 2001 - 20:29:09 EET

One correction on our announcement, the correct web address is with a
lower case "i":

I apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

David Maxfield
Incre, LLC

On Tue, 13 Feb 2001, David Maxfield wrote:

> With regret, Incre, LLC announces that it is closing its doors. The
> principals have decided that the commercialization of its incremental
> fabrication technology will require more investment than they are willing
> to fund. Its metal-deposition prototyping hardware, ten years of research
> data, three patents established in the US and Europe, and a license on
> BPM's patent are available for purchase.
> The technology has demonstrated capability for additive fabrication of
> metal parts. Some very interesting parts fabricated in tin and various
> aluminum alloys can be viewed at\~Incre. Some of the
> potentials
> of the process, include low cost, a unique approach for measuring and
> correcting the height of the part during its build, as well as, the
> capability
> to fabricate limited overhangs and enclosed voids without supports.
> If you are interested in purchasing rights to this technology or for more
> information on LLC and the incremental fabrication technology it has
> available
> please contact:
> Dave Gore
> Incre, LLC
> 1233 NW Lewisburg Ave.
> Corvallis, OR 97330
> Phone: 541-745-7739
> e-mail:
> Web site:

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