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Tomorrows materials

Scientists are developing existing materials through revolutionary new processes. The results will change the world around us – and help to save it.

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  • Alex Nieuwpoort, President of Wolfram Bergbau- und Hütten in Austria, and Niagara Falls.
    Sustainability

    Strategic investment in tungsten powder

    By acquiring Buffalo Tungsten, Sandvik strengthens its strategic presence in North America and increases production of tungsten powder using renewable energy.
    Strategic investment in tungsten powder
  • Sustainability

    The battery boom

    As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.
    The battery boom
  • Innovation

    Sandvik creates first 3D printed diamond composite

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

    Designing materials at atomic level

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

    Powder powers smart devices

    Powder metallurgical materials boost productivity and sustainability in the electronics industry.
    Powder powers smart devices
  • Innovation

    Materials shape civilizations

    Materials such as bronze and iron have defined historic periods and changed our world. What will tomorrow’s world be built from?
    Materials shape civilizations
  • Digitalization, Innovation

    Electrifying opportunity for the automotive industry

    The rise of hybrid technology represents a huge opportunity for suppliers to the automotive industry, experts say.
    Electrifying opportunity for the automotive industry
  • Innovation, Sustainability

    Solar car crossed the finish line

    Solar-powered students travelled 3000 km across the Australian desert in the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge.
    Solar car crossed the finish line