Meet Sandvik Additive Manufacturing at AMUG 2022 Chicago, IL, April 3-7 – Booth P12

The technical conference of AMUG is fast approaching, and Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is one of this year’s platinum sponsors. Over the course of five days, engineers, designers, and educators from around the globe will come together to share expertise, challenges, and developments in the field of additive manufacturing (AM) – and we are excited to take part.

Sandvik has been driving the materials evolution for 160 years, with a near 50 years’ expertise in powder atomization. Fortified by our joint forces with BEAMIT Group, we have leading capabilities across the additive value chain – from metal powder to finished component.

Last year Sandvik and BEAMIT announced a unique capability to produce additively manufactured components in super-duplex stainless steel. Continuous progress has been made since then, with the latest news being the successful printing of a big size impeller – a 380 mm, 22 kg, super-duplex masterpiece. The impeller will, along with copper, titanium, and cobalt-chrome, be on display in the Sandvik booth.

Sandvik sessions at AMUG

Platinum speaker session

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Titles: Metal Powders and Cemented Carbide for Binder Jetting and Titanium and Cobalt-Chrome for Medical and Dental Applications
Presenters: Dr. Eleonora Bettini, Senior R&D Engineer, Dr. Magnus Boström, Senior R&D Engineer, Dr. Paul A. Davies, Technical Solutions Manager, and Bertram Dental Lab.
When: 3:00-4:00 PM (incl. Q&A), Thursday April 7, 2022
Where: Astoria Room, 3rd floor

In-booth mini sessions

Monday, April 4
1 PM - Super Duplex Stainless Steel
6.30 PM - Copper for Binder Jet Printing
7.30 PM - Maraging Steels
8.30 PM - Cobalt Chromium

Tuesday, April 5
10.15 AM - Super Duplex Stainless Steel
11.30 AM - Copper for Binder Jet Printing
2.45 PM - Maraging Steels
3.30 PM - Cobalt Chromium

Wednesday, April 6
2.40 PM - Super Duplex Stainless Steel
2.50 PM - Copper for Binder Jet Printing
4.10 PM - Maraging Steels
4.20 PM - Cobalt Chromium

At AMUG, we also invite you to join the one-hour session we will be hosting, featuring two presentations and – to wrap it all up – a Q&A. Dr. Eleonora Bettini, Senior R&D Engineer, Dr. Magnus Boström, Senior R&D Engineer and Dr. Paul A. Davies, Technical Solutions Manager have a jampacked session in store. The first presentation, Metal Powders and Cemented Carbide for Binder Jetting, will provide an update on the latest material developments in binder jetting, while introducing novel materials such as cemented (or tungsten) carbide – known for being both wear resistant and long lasting. The second presentation, Titanium and Cobalt-Chrome for Medical and Dental Applications, offers an overview of the range of gas-atomized, Osprey® metal powders suitable for medical and dental applications, focusing mainly on the titanium alloy Ti6Al4V and its potential. During this part of the session, we are delighted to also introduce Bertram Dental Lab – a leading producer of dental products who have adopted additive manufacturing to produce high-quality dental components. With these two presentations and the following Q&A, it is bound to be quite an eventful hour.

Another addition not to miss is the in-booth mini sessions being offered Monday through Wednesday. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from and interact with our team of leading experts in materials and 3D printing during the brief presentations covering four well-renowned materials from our wide range of Osprey® metal powders: copper for Binder Jet printing, super-duplex stainless steel, cobalt-chromium customized for both Laser and Electron Beam Powder Bed Fusion, and maraging steels such as our ultra-high hardness MAR-60HRC. Make sure to pen down the available times to your right – and add them to your calendar!

Visit us in Salon A, booth P12 to find out more – and discuss how we can help you Plan it, Print it – and Perfect it.

Why our customers have chosen additive

Additive manufacturing marks an inflection point in manufacturing that allows previously impossible structures to be produced. If you can design it, you can print it. Learn more by reading some of our customer cases:

Teaming up with Equinor and Eureka Pumps, we set out to create a new and improved version of a true offshore essential – and the results are impressive.

Printed in Osprey® 18Ni300 maraging steel – a well-renowned tool steel – the new and improved Seco coolant clamp offers countless advantages.

The CoroMill 390® milling cutter – 3D printed in Osprey® titanium – is design optimized with 80% lower weight and 50-200% increased productivity.