Abstract: Incremental sheet forming (ISF) is a novel technology to takes part in solving a lot of problems from classical sheet forming operation in terms of more flexibility, cheap, low production time, convenient for small batches and particularly rapid prototype production. This paper aims to provide enough information for understanding of the incremental forming process, especially focusing on numerical two point incremental sheet forming mechanism and multi stages incremental forming. The influence of some process parameters such as incremental step size and forming tool radius, on thickness distribution across the wall of the part is studied, as well as, studying the thickness distribution and strain analyses for three stages in multi stages incremental forming during forming the product with vertical angle.2-D model of cone shaped part with right forming angle has been developed in the three stages from sheet with thickness (1mm) of the aluminum alloy (AA1070). A commercial available finite element program code (ANSYS 11), is used to carry out the numerical simulation of the multistage incremental sheet forming. The results show that, when considering multi-stage incremental sheet forming, the task is even more difficult because the strain and thickness distribution resulting from the first stage will influence the subsequent results. Decreasing in the forming tool radius will increase in the thinning of the wall product due to excessive stretch will occurs, while the incremental step size is not significant effect on the numerical results (thickness, strain) distribution of the product. Finally, the goal to attain a vertical wall angle and equally maintain wall thickness and strain over the wall part is pursued. Mechanical tests, computer programming, geometry and design were required.