Titanium powder by Sandvik
Sandvik to launch titanium powder for 3D printing. Imagine what 157 years of materials expertise could do for your additive process. Can you afford not to find out?
The world’s first 3D printed smash-proof guitar
When deciding on the ideal material for the world's first 3D printed, smash-proof guitar - and choosing from an offering of more than 400 alloys - why go for titanium? Read the full story about the additive masterpiece to learn more.
Design the unseen - optimize performance
CoroMill® 390 is a versatile industrial system with cutter versions for shoulder milling and long edge milling. The development of the additive version of CoroMill® 390 - and changing the material into a titanium alloy - has been like an evolution resulting in 80% weight reduction and a 200% increase in productivity.
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%.
The offshore impeller reinvented
What benefits can come from 3D printing one of the offshore industrys' most fundamental components in Osprey® 2507-AM? Combining the mechanical properties of super-duplex steel with the design freedom of additive manufacturing resulted in the impeller - reinvented.
Greater functionality – smarter assembly
Focusing on the complete supply chain is a key aspect when working with the Sandvik team. For LKAB Wassara this resulted in reduced assembly, more cost-efficient production and better reliability for their sliding cases - additively manufactured in Osprey® maraging steel.