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Sandvik Coromant has introduced two new grades for machining cast iron. GC3225 and GC3210 cover all cast iron turning operations for both grey and nodular cast iron materials.
Transmissions are typically mass produced, so component costs are a vital factor for success. With its CB7015 indexable insert, Sandvik Coromant offers a cost efficient time-saving tool for hard-part turning. The tool covers a wide range of applications and delivers optimal finish quality – while being highly suited for dry machining.
Sandvik Coromant has announced a new version of its comprehensive ‘Main Catalogue’ that is set to become an essential reference for engineers, operators and other production and manufacturing professionals. Split into three volumes - rotating tools, turning tools and spare parts - the new catalogues cover around 35,000 tools currently available from Sandvik Coromant.
Sandvik Coromant has announced a new easy-to-use catalogue designed to speed the identification and selection of tools, adapters and accessories that address the challenges of today’s parting and grooving machining operations.
Sandvik Coromant and Hanna Tools have signed a cooperation agreement to establish a partnership to strengthen the offer to the global automotive industry.
On May 26th, Sandvik Coromant will launch its online version of the business and technology magazine Metalworking World.
Wilhelm Haglund medal given to developer behind vibration-dampened tooling
The Sandvik Coromant portfolio of automotive component manufacturing solutions offers a selection of tools and insert grades designed to optimize the machining of transmission shafts.
The new CoroMill® QD groove milling concept features internal coolant and dedicated insert geometries for milling with high process security.
Sandvik Coromant takes another step in the gear milling technology development by introducing the groundbreaking InvoMilling solution for flexible manufacturing of gears and splines on universal five-axes machining centers.
Cutting tool and tooling systems expert Sandvik Coromant has been honored by automotive giant Volvo Cars in the company’s Award of Excellence 2014. The efforts of Sandvik Coromant over the past year were rewarded in the Special Recognition category. Over 200 people saw the prize presented at a glittering awards ceremony on January 19, 2015 at Volvo Cars headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Machining slender components present numerous challenges including long chips, vibration, and deflection. As a result, tooling system specialist Sandvik Coromant is introducing HP high-precision coolant to its range of CoroTurn® 107 cutting units to minimize the risk of insert breakages, chip jamming and machine stoppages.
Sandvik Coromant, a global leading supplier of cutting tools, tooling solutions and know-how to the metalworking industry, presents the innovative CoroMill® 5B90, a high-performance tool for finishing aluminum components. The state-of-the-art tool with an innovative cutting edge arrangement delivers excellent surface quality without burr formation and reduces cost-per-part by up to 30 percent. CoroMill 5B90 is ideally suited for automotive applications such as machining cylinder heads, gearboxes, valve blocks, and motor block crankshaft and deck faces.
Sandvik Coromant has updated its CoroCut® 1-2 system for rigid and rapid parting and grooving to feature spring clamp technology. This not only provides increased stability but eliminates the operator judgement required when using a torque wrench on conventional screw clamps.
On October 8, 2014, after two years of construction, Sandvik Coromant opened its new global meeting place in Sandviken, Sweden. The 4,500 square meter “Sandvik Coromant Center” is one of the world’s largest centers for productivity, application, machining and research in manufacturing. This is part of a $27 million investment that will also cover the opening of a new center in Langfang, Beijing, China.