Has anyone heard anything about Incre Inc. and Incremental Fabrication
lately? I haven't found any recent info about them, so are they still around?
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 objects
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,
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