Sandvik and BEAMIT launch 3D printed super duplex to the market
Sandvik and part subsidiary BEAMIT Group announce a unique capability to additively manufacture components in super-duplex stainless steel. The components printed in Osprey® 2507 metal powder – known and trusted for its excellent corrosion resistance and durability – are near fully dense (>99.9%) and crack-free, even before post processing.
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.
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.
Sandvik achieves certificate for medical
The management system of Sandvik’s new powder plant in Sweden, producing Osprey® titanium powders, received the ‘ISO 13485:2016’ medical certification – meaning it is now approved to produce powders for use in the additive manufacturing of medical devices.
Sandvik receives certificate for deliveries to aerospace
The management system of Sandvik’s state-of-the art powder plant for titanium and nickel-based superalloys have received the prestigious AS9100D certification for aerospace applications.
Titanium by Sandvik in 3D printed e-bikes
How did titanium powder from Sandviken, Sweden end up in artisan bicycles? When GSD Global started to investigate the possibility of 3D printing their motor nodes they found that through 3D printing them in titanium, they could actually reduce their costs - with up to 75%.