Sandvik is now adding nickel-based superalloys to its word-leading Osprey® metal powder program, produced in our state-of-the-art atomizing plant with melting under vacuum. The powder can be used for near-net-shape technologies like Additive Manufacturing (AM) or Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP).
Traceability, testing and documentation. Our quality assurance practices were established many decades ago to satisfy the most demanding customers within critical industries such as nuclear, medical, aerospace, automotive, chemical, and oil and gas.
To achieve required properties, it is almost always necessary to post-process components produced with additive manufacturing. We have more than 75 years of leading expertise in post processing methods, such as machining.
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We develop the right printing parameters so that your product gets optimum properties. From rapid prototyping to serial production, we are at your
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To ensure an optimal design for additive manufacturing, we combine our leading materials expertise with our applications design and engineering know-how.
In what environment does your component exist? Based on our 150-year material knowledge and in-house powder manufacturing capabilities, we are expert at matching material to application. We offer the widest range of AM-alloys around and even customize materials.
We help identify which components are both suitable and profitable to print. Since we are also the leading experts on subtractive manufacturing, such as metal cutting, we are equally expert at telling you when not to use additive manufacturing.
Sandvik is an engineering group providing additive manufacturing services, metal-cutting and digital manufacturing solutions, and products and services for the mining and infrastructure industries. Visit Sandvik Group's website