Sandvik Coromant Shaping the future of manufacturing at Mach
UK – Sandvik will be sharing its expertise, knowledge and vision for manufacturing challenges at this year's Mach.
The company is said to be actively strenghtening its offering in Industry 4.0 areas like digital transformation, intelligent machining, digital product and application recommendations, tool data in ISO format. And, it says that it will continue to develop its Industry 4.0 position with modern advancements such as data exchange and manufacturing automation.
The company has recently acquired Prometec, a process monitoring company, and it has also opened its Additive Manufacturing Center. This according to Sandvik, allows it to position itself as an industry front-runner in new manufacturing technologies. At the fair, additive manufacturing will be used to show how it inspires high fashion with the display of unique 3D-printed steel shoes created together with Lady Gaga’s fashion designer, Naim Josefi.
Among the new products to be introduced at the show are milling tools CoroMill 390 with size 07 inserts and CoroMill 745 that is a double-sided multi-edge tool for positive cutting. Also presented would be the new insert grade GC1130 with Zertivo technology which has a coating and substrate that can handle very tough materials at the highest cutting data. CoroTurn 300 featuring an eight-edge long-lasting insert and iLock interface for high insert stability and accuracy will also make its debut.