In order to provide training and further education for users and customers independent of ongoing operations, invicon has expanded the company space at the Kunert location to around 1,000 m2. The training centre will be equipped with fully developed work and processing stations.
invicon adapted the proven hybrid ceramic material HyCeram® for industrial injection molding. With HyCeram® inject, high-quality components can be manufactured by injection molding in a direct, efficient and precise manner.
invicon continued to grow and evolve. With more than 600 m2 of working space, this new area provided the ideal setting for further and continued expansion.
With the market launch of HyCeram®we presented a ground-breaking new hybrid ceramic product for the watch and jewellery market as well as the production of associated design components. The pressure and heat-curing composite with 60% micro-ceramic content, has impressed with its flexible processing options, sophisticated appearance and vibrant color tones.
With the market launch of StoneLux® Tile , invicon presented and patented it’s further developed repair system. The anti-drip function, was especially developed for tiles and slabs, making it suitable for the repair of surface-damaged materials that are often laid vertically on walls.
As the first business location was designed only for short-term use only, invicon moved to Lustenau Millennium Park. With more than 300 m2 of laboratory, office and warehouse space, this provided the appropriate environment for future development and expansion.
With the market launch of StoneLux®, came the world's first light-curing, flexible and easily use-able repair technology for natural and engineered stone. Today StoneLux® is already recognised as a state-of-the-art product and the world's leading brand in this field.
Gerhard Zanghellini and Peter Bubendorfer established invicon chemical solutions. The business idea for the company: to transfer basic technologies from the dental industry for alternative industrial and manual application and to further develop them specifically for this purpose.