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Sandvik Applied Manufacturing Technologies is using its partnership with Google Cloud to drive innovation.

The local Sandvik office in Zambia helped refurbish a school in the area after a cholera outbreak

When Toshiko Sekino gave birth to a baby boy after only 24 weeks, Exera® fine medical wire from Sandvik played a crucial role in his recovery.

AI solutions are helping redefine customer and supplier relationships.

Advanced analytical cognitive data processing offers mining customers a more complete view of their operations.

AI and big data are revolutionizing industry in more ways than you know.

The research project Swedish Metal is using big data, AI and machine learning to more efficiently and sustainably produce steel.

Sandvik has created the first ever 3D printed diamond composite, opening up a vast range of application possibilities.

Mterologic robot

In a connected manufacturing world, continuous measurements cut lead times and reduce scrap. Here’s the technology behind it.

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Sandvik built an all-metal, smash-proof guitar and invited rock legend Yngwie Malmsteen to unleash his smashing skills on it.

With materials that are so light and strong they can be described as out of this world, we explore space and fly on less fuel.

Scientists today design materials at atomic levels, allowing them to create new compositions of existing materials.

Powder metallurgical materials boost productivity and sustainability in the electronics industry.

Materials such as bronze and iron have defined historic periods and changed our world. What will tomorrow’s world be built from?

Ghana School

When a rainstorm devastated a local school in rural Ghana, Sandvik helped rebuild it. “We really appreciate the new facility.”

The UN Sustainable Development Goals are having a profound impact on how many companies, including Sandvik, do business.

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