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Formnext

Sandvik will be participating at Formnext in Frankfurt, Germany, November 15-18.

TCT Asia

Sandvik will participate in this year's TCT Asia in Shenzhen, China.

Expansion alloys

The standard range of Osprey ® metal powder includes expansion alloy metal powders to be used in, for example, additive manufacturing and metal injection moulding (MIM) . Contact us buttons - Metal powder

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.

Sandvik provides support to protect healthcare workers in the battle against Covid-19 by using 3D-printing

Sandvik provides support to protect medical personnel in the battle against Covid-19 by e.g. 3D-printing of frames for face shields.

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!

Sandvik and BEAMIT making several important advances in additive manufacturing

Sandvik and BEAMIT make advances in additive manufacturing. BEAMIT now acquires ZARE, meaning that two leading additive manufacturing service bureaus join forces to become one of the largest independent AM service providers.

Immensa Additive Manufacturing Group partners with Sandvik – advancing AM across the Middle East

Sandvik Additive Manufacturing and part subsidiary BEAMIT establish a strategic partnership with Immensa Additive Manufacturing Group – the leading AM solution provider in the MENA region.

BEAMIT develops additive manufacturing process for Titanium Ti6242: a breakthrough for sustainable industrial production

BEAMIT analysis shows that the Ti6242 Titanium alloy printed with additive technologies for motorsport and aeronautical applications performs better than alloys processed with conventional technologies.

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