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Sandvik Innovation Prize winners 2020

The annual Sandvik Innovation Prize is awarded to one or several employees for developing the most innovative product or process during the year.

How 3D-printing and titanium became game-changers for lightweight CoroMill® 390

When Sandvik Coromant wanted to add a lightweight mill to their CoroMill® 390 family, they turned to the 3D-printing and material experts at Sandvik Additive Manufacturing. The collaboration resulted in a game-changing solution which really demonstrates the opportunities with additive manufacturing.

Sandvik achieves ISO 13485:2016 certification for deliveries to medical

The management system of Sandvik’s new powder plant in Sweden, producing Osprey® titanium powders, received the ‘ISO 13485:2016’ medical certification. This means it is now approved to produce powders for use in the additive manufacturing of medical applications.

3D printing and titanium powder – a life-changing combination

3D printing and titanium is the dynamic duo that can revolutionize the medical industry of tomorrow – where individualization and on-demand availability is key.

GE Additive welcomes Sandvik into Binder Jet Beta Partner Program

GE Additive has announced that Sandvik Additive Manufacturing has become a strategic partner in its Binder Jet beta partner program. Sandvik has one of the widest alloys program for additive manufacturing on the market, marketed under the Osprey ® brand.

Additive By Sandvik: Material Matters – a series of interactive webinars, live and on-demand

Are you ready for an experience out of the ordinary? Presenting Additive By Sandvik: Material Matters – a series of interactive webinars, live and on-demand.

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is further strengthening its powder sales organization

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing is further strengthening the sales organization for its wide range of Osprey ® metal powders, to meet the increasing demand for metal powder.

Sandvik increases manufacturing capacity in metal powders for Additive Manufacturing

Sandvik continues to invest in metal powder capacity for additive manufacturing (AM) by installing two additional atomization towers at the production site in Neath, U.K. This expansion follows a recent investment in a new plant for the manufacturing of titanium and nickel-based alloys for AM, in

The highlights of 2021 in review – an eventful year for Sandvik Additive Manufacturing

Another year is coming to an end, and it’s high time to summarize the highlights. Let’s have a closer look at some of the key events for Sandvik Additive Manufacturing and our growing additive family throughout the year!

Mid Sweden University and Sandvik sign five-year agreement

Within the five-year agreement, an investment is made in an electron beam melting machine at Mid Sweden University – one of the first of its kind with a completely new functionality.

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