Sandvik Coromant has joined the list of supporting partners at the 48th Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, which includes the SkillsUSA Championships. The student competition will be held in Kansas City, Mo. on June 23-27, 2012.
At Sandvik Coromant, education programs and resources are important initiatives. In February, Sandvik Coromant participated in the Surgeons of Steel initiative and presented an Introduction to Manufacturing to three separate middle schools in Illinois.
The Swedish company Minesto has developed a form of underwater kite that could provide a more environmentally friendly and efficient renewable energy source than wind power.
Sandvik Coromant introduces the next generation in deep hole drills, CoroDrill 861. This solid carbide drill provides high stability and advanced chip management flute geometry.
The U.S. government has approved a project to create the country’s first offshore wind farm. The farm, Cape Wind, will be located in Nantucket Sound, off Cape Cod in Massachusetts.
The new CoroDrill 870 is a new-generation exchangeable-tip drill that provides improved machining economy to an important intermediate area of holemaking – the area usually determined by a specific combination of hole diameter, depth and quality requirements.
A new solution to tackle the length of downtime typical of many turning centers is machine adapted clamping units. Developed to suit the various machine types available or in use today, they are easily accommodated on turrets for stationary and rotating tools with various adapter configurations.
This drilling web cast showcases how the CoroDrill® 860 drilling concept from Sandvik Coromant utilizes its high penetration rates and excellent chip evacuation to make applications in ISO-P materials more efficient and productive. If you have trouble viewing the video posted above, please watch on the Sandvik Coromant YouTube Page. VIDEO TRANSCRIPTION: Hello and welcome to [...]
Sandvik Coromant was involved in the Rolls-Royce-led PANACEA project to develop aerospace engine components and gas turbine discs with a dual microstructure for increased fuel efficiency.
Landing gear components endure thousands of extreme loading cycles throughout their lifetimes. Sandvik Coromant provides tooling solutions for lighter and more reliable components.