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2014-10-21

Looking Ahead

When the steam engine was first introduced in England in 1712, many shook their heads and argued that it was too expensive and a waste of time compared to hydropower. When the steam engine – now considered to be the invention that kicked off the first industrial revolution – proved to be more flexible and productive than hydropower, the skeptics were left behind. Of course, the old adage applied then as it does now: Adapt, or die.

2014-10-21

Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center partners with NASA

As part of its investment in education and inspiring tomorrow’s workforce, Sandvik Coromant is proud to provide cutting tools to support the newly formed partnership between Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Center (Ulster) and the National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA).

2014-10-20

Have you downloaded the Product news app?

A new version of Product news is out. It is loaded with all the new cutting tools and solutions from Sandvik Coromant accompanied with interactive graphics and animations – for a unique and enjoyable way of finding out what’s new in metal cutting. The new interface makes navigation really easy, and the content can be customized to your choice: just download the app to your smart phone or tablet and pick and choose from the available folders in the library. Stay ahead of competition – stay updated with the Product news app.

2014-10-17

Sandvik Coromant Fair Lawn Grand Opening

On October 16 Sandvik Coromant celebrated the grand opening of its cutting-edge Productivity Center and Aerospace Application Center in Fair Lawn, New Jersey.

2014-10-10

1000 Students Tour Sandvik Coromant on Manufacturing Day 2014

October 9, 2014, Fair Lawn NJ - Sandvik Coromant joined 1,600 manufacturers across North America in enthusiastic participation of Manufacturing Day this year, hosting over 1000 students in four Productivity Centers.

2014-10-08

Transmission manufacturing with GC4325 and GC4315

The new Sandvik Coromant grades GC4315 and GC4325 with Inveio™ are designed to support the high demands for reliability and process security in today’s competitive automotive industry. Being excellent choices for outer-diameter turning, copying and profiling, these steel turning grades guarantee a predictable performance for secure production. They are designed for any type of soft stage turning applications, offering high wear resistance and excellent tool life – crucial within automotive transmission manufacturing dealing with large-batch, unmanned production.

2014-10-01

Find out what’s new in metal cutting

Today marks the launch of CoroPak 14.2, loaded with the latest tools and solutions from Sandvik Coromant. Stay ahead of the competition, find out what’s new in metal cutting here!

corocut qd 2014-10-01

CoroCut QD + Silent Tools = A winning combination

Imagine a Silent tools bar keeping the vibration away, even though the overhang is long. Imagine it holding a CoroCut QD head equipped with high precision coolant that securely breaks and controls the chips, no matter what groove you are machining or bar you are parting off. Imagine them working together. As the CoroCut QD range has expanded to include modular CoroTurn SL blades, this is now possible.

corodrill 808 2014-09-23

Into the depths with CoroDrill® 808

Intelligent deep hole machining has now become reality. CoroDrill® 808 is equipped with a fully traceable dot matrix, making it possible through scanning to obtain the most important measurement parameters directly into the machine. Suitable for diameters from 15.60 to 65.00mm (0.614−2.559 inch) and tolerance demands of IT 9, CoroDrill 808 is capable of producing perfect holes regardless of the component material.

2014-09-15

Sandvik Coromant breaks Guinness World Record

On Wednesday September 10, 2014 the manufacturing industry made history, breaking the Guinness World Record for the “World’s Largest Coin Mosaic” during the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS). In an effort to raise awareness of the vital role the manufacturing industry plays in the U.S. economy and the opportunities it presents for the next generation of workers, the mosaic incorporated more than $65,000 worth of coins – the amount of money manufacturing contributes to the U.S. economy each second.

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