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Sandvik Coromant exhibited at MACH 2016, at the NEC Birmingham on 11-15 April. The company presented ‘Together we shape the future of manufacturing’ adjacent to the Learning and Development Zone.

Strengthening their offer in Industry 4.0 areas like digital transformation, intelligent machining, digital product and application recommendations and tool data in ISO format, Sandvik Coromant is actively influencing the ongoing industrial revolution. They continue to develop their Industry 4.0 position with modern advancements such as data exchange and manufacturing automation. Recently acquiring Prometec GmbH, a sophisticated process monitoring company, and opening the Additive Manufacturing Center positions Sandvik Coromant as an industry front-runner in new manufacturing technologies. Come and see how Sandvik Coromant uses additive manufacturing (AM) to inspire high fashion as they display one-of-a kind, 3D-printed steel shoes created with Swedish fashion designer, Naim Josefi.

The highlight of every show is new products and the 2016 show is no exception. Sandvik Coromant will be introducing sought-after concept milling tools such as the CoroMill 390 with size 07 inserts and the CoroMill 745, which is a double-sided multi-edge tool for positive cutting. Look for new insert grade GC1130 with Zertivo™ technology which has a coating and substrate that can handle the toughest materials at the highest cutting data. Also new this year is the CoroTurn 300 featuring eight-edge, long-lasting inserts and iLock™ interface for the highest insert stability and accuracy.

Working closely with machine manufacturers and customers, Sandvik Coromant develops customised tooling solutions and set-ups on new machines for a fast return on investment. The Right from the Start programme shows customers how to take advantage of tooling up a machine before it is delivered so it’s ready to run on the day it arrives. Find out how through advanced planning, Sandvik Coromant helps customers get ahead of the competition.

With today’s complex components and difficult materials, there is no one size fits all solution in manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant will be highlighting process engineering support and showing how new tools can be customized or existing tools can be tailored to meet exact customer specifications. CAD/CAM design and support, insert and tool rationalisation, tooling logistics and ecommerce are additional ways Sandvik Coromant is committed to supporting customer needs.

Sandvik Coromant has an extensive network of tooling specialists and machining experts who have a passion for manufacturing. They will share that passion at MACH 2016 where they will be on-hand to show customers the latest technological product advances for automotive component, future manufacturing, aerospace and oil and gas. As principal sponsor of the Learning and Development (L&D) Zone, Sandvik Coromant is actively supporting the Manufacturing Technologies Association’s (MTA) aim to attract, inspire, and motivate the next generation of British engineers through a rewarding experience within the MACH show. Young engineers from Sandvik Coromant will also take part in the Apprentices at Work stand within the L&D Zone. This is a great chance to speak with young people from the MTA membership.

Rounding out the offer of high quality, advanced tooling and machining methods is 24/7 online technical support and training programmes offered by Sandvik Coromant. These service offerings keep customers from losing valuable machining time needed to meet ever-shrinking deadlines. Whether it’s a phone call, the e-Learning program or a face-to-face meeting, take advantage of the extensive knowledge and expertise Sandvik Coromant has to offer. Other valuable service offerings are the Productivity Improvement Program (PIP), which evaluates every stage of a process to find time and cost savings, and recycling and reconditioning for budget and environmental considerations.

According to Kim Olander, Marketing Manager at Sandvik Coromant, “Once again, we are delighted to sponsor the Learning and Development Zone for student visitors at MACH. Showing the next generation of manufacturing employees the opportunities that are available to them is just as important as showcasing our tools. At Sandvik Coromant, we believe the commitment we make to students today will help drive the progress of tomorrow.”

In addition, Philip Palin, Sales Director at Sandvik Coromant UK states, “Interacting with customers and other manufacturing leaders at MACH drives our industry forward. It’s an excellent opportunity to connect with customers and listen to how we can improve their businesses. We look forward to working together to shape the future of manufacturing.”

Sandvik Coromant

Part of global industrial engineering group Sandvik, Sandvik Coromant is at the forefront of manufacturing tools, machining solutions and knowledge that drive industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and into the next industrial era.

Part of global industrial engineering group Sandvik, Sandvik Coromant is at the forefront of manufacturing tools, machining solutions and knowledge that drive industry standards and innovations demanded by the metalworking industry now and into the next industrial era.

Educational support, extensive R&D investment and strong customer partnerships ensure the development of machining technologies that change, lead and drive the future of manufacturing. Sandvik Coromant owns over 3100 patents worldwide, employs over 8,500 staff, and is represented in 150 countries.

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