Our company

Cubicure creates the future

About Cubicure

Your interface between the digital and the physical realm

Cubicure GmbH pioneers solutions for polymer additive manufacturing. With roots in academia and the ambition to help shape the digital future of manufacturing, we have been setting the course for agile production from Vienna since 2015.

"3D printing not only makes it easier and cheaper to produce components with complex geometries. It also entails production benefits through a generally more flexible, tool-less and individualized production environment." - Dr. Robert Gmeiner, CEO Cubicure GmbH

We develop, produce and distribute innovative materials, equipment, and processes for industrial 3D printing and offer feasibility studies. Our Hot Lithography process enables the unprecedented generative manufacturing of resilient precision components.

Eine Gruppe von etwa 45 Menschen steht draußen in der Sonne. Im Hintergrund ist eine industrielle Umgebung zu sehen. Sie alle tragen Cubicure Oberteile.

Management

Our management team

CEO & Chief Technology Officer

Dr. Robert Gmeiner

Dr. Robert Gmeiner studied mechanical engineering at TU Wien with a focus on medical engineering. His dissertation in the Christian Doppler Laboratory for the additive production of high-strength glass-ceramics for dental restorations allowed him numerous insights and first inventions on the topic of heated stereolithography, as well as the resulting process possibilities. In 2015, together with Prof. Stampfl, he founded Cubicure GmbH.

CEO & Chief Science Officer

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stampfl

Prof. Dr. Jürgen Stampfl is the head of the field of research of additive manufacturing at the Institute of Materials Science and Technology at TU Wien. As head of numerous national and international research projects as well as the coordination of several transnational EU projects, Prof. Stampfl has been able to set decisive scientific accents in the field of stereolithography over the years.

Chief Operations Officer

Dr. Markus Kury

Dr. Markus Kury studied Technical Chemistry at TU Vienna. His dissertations focused on the development of photoreactive resin systems for stereolithographic additive manufacturing. At Cubicure, he put his experiences in 3D printing materials to use working as product manager. He is now responsible for operations.

Chief Financial Officer

Mag. Clemens Roitner

Mag. Clemens Roitner studied international business administration at the Vienna University of Economics and Business with a focus on international finance and change management. After completing the trainee program and working several years as key account manager in the banking sector, he joined Cubicure in 2016.

Chief Sales Officer

Dipl.-Ing. Kristina Hager

Dipl.-Ing. Kristina Hager studied Chemical Engineering and High Performance Materials at TU Wien as well as DTU, the Technical University of Denmark. She also studied Business at the University of Vienna. Following her scientific work in the Cubicure materials lab, she took over the sales department in 2019.

Das Managementteam der Cubicure GmBh posiert lächelnd mit den Materialfässern der 3D-Druck-Anlage Cerion. Von links nach rechts: Ein weißer Mann mit kurzen hellbraunen Haaren, einem kurzen Bart und einer runden Brille; er trägt einen blauen Anzug und ein weißes Hemd und hat sein rechtes Bein auf ein Materialfass gestellt. Ein weißer Mann mit kurzen, hellbraunen Haaren in einem dunkelblauen Anzug und einem hellblauen Hemd; er hat seine linke Hand in die Hüfte gestemmt und trägt ein Materialfass auf seiner Schulter. Eine weiße Frau mit braun-blondem, schulterlangem Haar; sie trägt dunkelblaue Jeans und eine weiße Bluse und sitzt mit überschlagenen Beinen auf einem Materialfass. Ein weißer Mann mit kurzen dunklen Haaren, einer Brille und einem Materialfass unter dem Arm; er trägt eine dunkelgraue Hose, einen hellgrauen Blazer und ein graues Poloshirt mit dunklem Kragen. Ein weißer Mann mit dunklen Haaren in einem dunkelgrauen Anzug und einem weißen Hemd; er lehnt sich auf zwei übereinander gestapelte Materialfässer.

Successes & awards

Awards

Each year, the world's leading authority on additive manufacturing TCT honors outstanding 3D printing innovations. Cubicure's Cerion® 3D printing system was Highly Commended in the polymer systems category by the Expert Advisory Board at the TCT Awards 2022.
DI Thaddäa Rath of TU Wien and Dr. Konstanze Seidler of Cubicure GmbH received a special award for their research on the ivory replacement Digory. The photopolymer is processed using a 3D printing system. It is used primarily for the sustainable restoration of antiques.