Master thesis: Adjusting mechanisms for turning tools
Sandvik Coromant in Sandviken, Sweden offers a Master thesis position within the area of turning with a focus on mechanisms for turning tools.
At Sandvik Coromant, we encourage innovation and are always seeking to expand our knowledge within our areas of expertise. We are truly convinced that today’s development generates tomorrow’s success and our goal is to provide high-quality products and introduce new tools that meet market demands. We guide and support our customers to the most sustainable solutions, and this is how we strengthen our brand.
We, Product Unit Turning, create new industry-leading turning solutions that help our customers to machine their components in a most efficient and productive way. A deep understanding of the metal-cutting process and high level of creativity are a vital part of our work.
Background and scope of the project
Geometric parameters of the cutting insert mounted in the tool have a strong influence on the cutting process. Adjusting the position of the cutting edge in relation to the workpiece provides better control of the machining process and properties of the machined component.
The aim of this Master’s thesis is to gain increased knowledge about how the position of cutting edge can be adjusted in the tool and what mechanisms can be used for that. To achieve this, you will combine theoretical studies with practical research and lab experiments.
We are looking for someone studying Mechanical Engineering or Materials Science. You have a genuine interest in engineering and research & development. Experience of metal cutting is an advantage.
At Sandvik Coromant, we believe that diversity of experience, perspective and background leads to a better environment for our employees, our business and our customers. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
The thesis project lasts 20 weeks, starting at any time during spring 2020.
For more information about the thesis program or to apply, please contact:
Recruiting manager Arkady Sleptsov, phone: +46 (0)70 616 20 74
Please send us your application as soon as possible, but no later than 31 January 2020, as selections are made on an ongoing basis.