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Sandvik prepares for growth in software services sales

Software services in the metalworking sector are expected to quadruple, making the potential for software as big as for tools.

Sandvik team redefines turning

The innovation that redefined the art of turning and eliminates a problem that has long haunted the manufacturing industry.

Time to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit

When successful innovation is a prerequisite for success, businesses need to harness the entrepreneurial spirit.
Nine Sandvik employees.

Will your next colleague be a smart robot?

Meet Baxter and Sawyer, two so-called cobots – collaborative robots – that have already joined the workforce.
Two collaborative robots, so-called cobots.

Apt redesign of a drill rod rack improves safety under ground

Sandvik employees Darren Male and Mark Bannister turned a near-accident into safer rod racks.
The new rod rack design.

Successful collaboration challenged the norm

A Swedish mine found a completely new way of working, resulting in improved around-the-clock productivity and safety. Here’s how.
Chute solution

Industry 4.0 spurs globalization

Old jobs disappear but new ones are being created with Industry 4.0, a move towards next-generation production methods.
Hands holding a tablet in front of an industrial robot.

Female leadership in engineering

Female leaders from across the globe share their views on engineering and leadership.

More Female leadership in engineering

There is a significant gender gap in many industries, as well as a shortage of female engineering talents.

Sandvik uses vegetable oil in computer-controlled machining

Researchers in Rovereto, Italy, have found a way to make vegetable oil standard for computer-controlled manufacturing machines.
Andrea Azzolini holding a cup of vegetable oil.

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