Incus and Micro MIM sign reseller agreement

November 19, 2022

Dr Gerald Mitteramskogler, CEO, Incus, and Dr Shigeo Tanaka, CEO, Micro MIM Japan Holdings, shake hands at Formnext (Courtesy Micro MIM)
Dr Gerald Mitteramskogler, CEO, Incus, and Dr Shigeo Tanaka, CEO, Micro MIM Japan Holdings, shake hands at Formnext (Courtesy Micro MIM)

At Formnext 2022, Incus GmbH, Vienna, Austria, and Micro MIM Japan Holdings Inc., a division of Tasei Kogyo Co., Ltd., headquartered in Osaka, Japan, signed a sales representative agreement which will expand Incus’s offering into Japan. With a detailed knowledge of the debinding and sintering process, Micro MIM is ideally positioned to support customers of Incus’ sinter-based Additive Manufacturing machines.

Established in 2019 by Dr Gerald Mitteramskogler, Incus provides solutions for the Additive Manufacturing of high-performance metals via a lithography-based metal manufacturing (LMM) technology, defined as a Vat Photopolymerisation process (VPP) by ISO/ASTM. This process is said to produce parts with high surface aesthetics and similar material properties found in Metal Injection Moulding.

Micro MIM Japan Holdings Inc is a MIM parts manufacturer specialising in the mass production of metal parts up to 30 mm in all dimensions.

In 2021, the companies entered into a partnership which provided an Incus Hammer Lab35 metal Additive Manufacturing machine to enable Micro MIM to produce functional prototypes and offer small runs of parts to its customers.

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Dr Gerald Mitteramskogler, CEO, Incus, and Dr Shigeo Tanaka, CEO, Micro MIM Japan Holdings, shake hands at Formnext (Courtesy Micro MIM)

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