The Object: 3D-printed shoe
Additive manufacturing allows you to produce items that cannot be manufactured using traditional techniques. These couture shoes were created with Swedish fashion designer Naim Josefi and then 3D-printed by Sandvik. The aim was to showcase the potential and the vast possibilities of additive manufacturing.
An item produced by additive manufacturing.
About 95% of an insert can be recycled.
Effective in controlling movement disorders.
The lifeline between surface installations and subsea equipment.
Whatever the conditions, Sandvik’s drill bits make the job easier.
Sandvik contributes to save the old wooden warship for future generations.
Connected tool for reducing vibrations.