The technologies for low-quantity production of sheet metal components and parts are applied mostly for thin single metal sheets. However, such technologies could also be applied as an additional procedure in multi-layer construction element production. Such individually produced construction elements must correspond to required standards, which are usually applied in serial production. Due to the immense testing work expected by custom-made production, it is reasonable to develop a methodology that would be capable of predicting the required results of an individually designed and produced construction block quickly, effectively and with minimal costs. In this investigation, a method of predicting the load capacity behavior of individual construction elements performed by incremental forming as an additional technology in multi-layer construction element production is presented. Special attention is dedicated to the definition of finite element model of a standardized four-point bending test and its correlation to real experimental results.