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The Sandvik Ideas Hub is an interactive way to derive sustatinable development by exchanging and evolving ideas.

This year, it is one hundred years since stainless steel was manufactured for the first time at Sandvik and in Sweden. After the first melting in April 1921, Sandvik started regular tube production, followed by wire and strip.

Precision parts manufacturer Don Schumacher Motorsports collaborates with Sandvik to keep winning on the racetrack and expand into industries as diverse as aerospace and defense.

A mining automation concept vehicle from Sandvik gives a unique and real hands-on preview of how the latest technologies can make the mining industry more safe, efficient and sustainable.

How Charles Darwin inspired tomorrow's AI-driven smart packaging.

When Tong Wu was about to propose to his girlfriend, he had a special ring in mind. To produce it, he turned to Sandvik for help.

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A tiny wire made a huge difference in young Amanda Rosengren’s quality of life, giving her the type of security, safety and freedom every teenager needs.

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Passion, determination and a large dose of entrepreneurial spirit have allowed Mike Schultz to thrive in his career despite the loss of a limb.

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Jacob woke up one night in panic – he had lost his hearing. A cochlear implant opened up a new life for him.

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Eleven years after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, Andrew Johnson regained his quality of life.

The possibility of individualization and on-demand availability of implants, prostheses and other medical devices will affect the lives of many people.

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Sandvik is helping customers map areas of their mines that were previously unreachable.

Sandvik and Cisco Systems' collaboration is a match made in mining heaven, delivering huge improvements to underground mines.

Could Kanthal, the world leader in manufacturing sustainable heating technology, make the world's fastest pizza?

Combining additive manufacturing with a light and strong material like titanium gives new sustainability advantages.

A number of activities are underway at Sandvik to fight back against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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