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At the R&D center in Rovereto, Italy, Sandvik has found a way to make vegetable oil standard for all its computer-controlled manufacturing machines.
The connected tool Silent Tools™ + has been developed to reduce vibration with damping technology and in addition to provide insights from inside the component.
Sandvik launches a mini-podcast series “the Sandvik Materials Pod” and related technical articles – making deep-dives into stainless technology.
Sandvik is introducing new intelligent mining trucks for automated haulage, delivering tangible benefits in safety, productivity and profitability.
Esco relies on modern mining equipment to produce roughly 2 million tons of salt each year from a 250-million-year-old underground deposit.
Come along and learn more about our world. Explore exciting secret places within Sandvik.
Sandvik and Prime Solutions teamed up to help a Swedish mine find a completely new way of working. The result: improved around-the-clock productivity and safety.
Hecla’s Greens Creek is the first US underground mine utilizing automated loading technology from Sandvik. The installation will enable increased productivity, improved safety and better cost control.
In order to further consolidate the product portfolio and improve its long term performance, Sandvik Materials Technology intends to divest parts of its wire operations.
Sandvik employees Darren Male and Mark Bannister turned a near-accident into safer rod racks.
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