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Sandvik and BEAMIT return to Formnext 2021 – sharing their recent advancements to industrialize additive manufacturing

Sandvik and the BEAMIT Group – now also including 3T Additive Manufacturing – return to Frankfurt for the world-leading additive manufacturing event of Formnext 2021.

Sandvik co-launches guidelines for testing additively manufactured stainless steels

These guidelines facilitates safe implementation of 3D printed stainless-steels components in industries operating in demanding environments – for instance the offshore and marine segments, where Sandvik’s flagship alloy Osprey® 2507 is widely used.

Just imagine what additive manufacturing can do

Whether it’s binder jetting, laser powder bed fusion or stereolithography, additive manufacturing (AM) is all about building, layer upon layer. Sandvik have spent 160 years doing something similar: building knowledge about materials and manufacturing processes – upon expertise, upon experience.

Applications

Sandvik has been perfecting cemented carbide for decades, and offer 3D printed, high-performance cemented carbide grades for the most demanding applications.

Sandvik included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2020

Sandvik AB has been selected as a member of the prestigious Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI), meaning Sandvik is included in the top 10% of sustainable companies in its industry – globally.

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.

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