Whether you are turning railway wheels for freight trains, metro trains or high-speed rail, quality cutting tools are needed to ensure a precise wheel which in turn gives passsengers and cargo a smooth and safe journey.
Achieve the best possible result when machining railway wheels by using tool holders specially developed for this application area in combination with reliable inserts.
T-Max P tool holders with over- and under-coolant controls both large chip volumes and temperature while a rigid interface combined with stable clamping minimizes the risk of vibration.
Sandvik Coromant is excited to announce that our 2014 IMTS exhibit was named the “Silver Winner” of EventMarketer’s 2014 Event Design Awards in the Best Trade Show Environment category.
Sandvik Coromant recently attended the 5th Annual Haas Technical Education Centers Conference in Texas.
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The Manufacturing Institute announced today that three Sandvik Coromant employees will receive a Women in Manufacturing STEP award. STEP Ahead honors women who have demonstrated excellence and leadership in their careers, representing all levels in the manufacturing industry.
On February 24, 2015, Sandvik Coromant and DMG-Mori teamed up for a one-day event focused on highlighting innovative solutions for 5-axis milling and turning.
This week at the Integrated Systems Europe conference in Amsterdam, Sandvik Coromant won first prize in the category “Most Innovative Corporate Facility”. This award is shared with our partner Visuell Design for the IT and audio-visual solutions at our new Sandvik Coromant center in Sandviken.
Looking for high-precision tools for your sliding head machine? This comprehensive guide provides a wide range of tools available for machining components up to 1.5 inches in diameter.
Norway’s Aarbakke provides the highly competitive oil and gas industry with advanced turnkey solutions for subsea and downhole activities. Tools that improve the slitting process by more than 300 percent are a welcome addition to processes, not least because the solution significantly reduces noise levels.
This new issue of Metalworking World focuses on the future. From additive manufacturing and storing energy to space entrepreneurs, big data and the Internet of things, we are shaping the industry of tomorrow, today. Discover how new technology meant significant time savings in Siemens’ gas turbine housing production and the impact of recycling for Joe Gibb’s Racing. Take a moment to download the Metalworking World (MWW) app to your iPad (from the iTunes App Store).
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