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To address modern challenges throughout manufacturing, Sandvik has created the Lighthouse program.

Different types of machine learning technology helped save Sandvik division Dormer Pramet from an operational standstill.

Developments in machining technology, materials and market needs are making round tools an increasingly attractive choice for machining solutions.

Sandvik continue to add solutions to help the digitalization in mining. A complete digital platform for optimized operations, from planning to execution, is the latest addition.

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What happens when you ask a group of teenagers to build a model race car powered by a cordless drill? A career in industrial engineering, of course!

Advanced Lego projects help inspire engineers of tomorrow.

What does an imaginary creature from 1950s German literature have in common with a tool data management system of today?

The Swedish steel industry’s quest for fossil-free production has made electric heating solutions hotter than ever.

In developing advanced tools for machining aerospace components, sometimes all you need is a simple microscope.

Automated, digitalized processes and AI-enhanced decisions reduce costs and free up time to spend on adding real customer value.

For electric vehicle manufacturers the transmission is a crucial factor in keeping motor sizes down.

The momentum for mining electrification rides on a technology development that is set to accelerate rapidly, enabling substantial benefits for the industry.

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Reaching the full potential of mining electrification will require rethinking the fundamentals of mine equipment design.

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“In a couple of years electric equipment will be part of pretty much every contract,” says Henrik Ager, President of Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions.

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Etching data matrix codes on its products improve traceability and boost sustainability goals at the Sandvik company Seco.

Sandvik has ventured where no other company has gone: it has successfully 3D-printed components in super-duplex stainless steel.

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