Sandvik Coromant Company
1702 Nevins Rd.
Fair Lawn, NJ 07410 US
Turning Exotic Materials
Heat-resistant superalloys and titanium alloys are difficult to machine. This overview looks at machining demands and some recent developments that have elevated performance and process security in turning these materials.
Hollow Bar Brings Competitive Edge to Component Machining
Traditionally in the U.S., solid bar is the material of choice when it comes to machining components.
GibbsCAM Supports ISO 13399 and Integrates Tool Library
Gibbs and Associates has developed a partnership with Sandvik Coromant to integrate the Adveon Tool Library application.
VIDEO: A Field Trip to the Future
Watch this video to learn more about the 30-minute virtual field trip that will be offered during IMTS for students not attending the show.
Company Donates $1 for Each Pound of Recycled Carbide
Sandvik Coromant is proud to announce a carbide recycling campaign to benefit Workshop for Warriors (WFW). During the months of July, August and September, $1 will be donated to Workshops for Warriors for each pound of recycled carbide received.
Thread Milling Cutters Resist Tool Breakage
Sandvik Coromant introduces a range of small CoroMill Plura thread milling cutters intended to counter the threat of tool breakage and component damage associated with conventional taps.
Sandvik Coromant Offers Flexible Tooling for Gear and Spline Manufacturing
The CoroMill 172 and 171 disc cutting concepts adapted for gears, splines and racks enable gear profile manufacturing on most types of CNC machines.
Five Process Security Tips When Parting Off
Okuma and Partners in THINC Announce Sandvik Coromant as Partner of the Year
Okuma America Corporation announces that Sandvik Coromant was chosen by Okuma distributors as Partner of the Year among all the members of Partner in THINC.
Grade GC3330 Leads the Way for Cast Iron Milling
Sandvik Coromant’s GC3330, a wear-resistant grade for cast iron milling, creates opportunities for manufacturers to increase machine utilization as well as remove a lot of metal in a short time without compromising tool life, the company says.
Sandvik Coromant Appoints New President of Market Area Americas
Sandvik Coromant recently appointed Eduardo Martin as president of Market Area Americas (MAA), which includes Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico and the United States.
VIDEO: Seeing is Believing
Hurco has partnered with Sandvik Coromant and with support from SME to produce a new reality web series.
GC4325 Coated Cemented Carbide Grade is Useful for Steel Turning
Sandvik Coromant’s GC4325 is a coated cemented-carbide grade for steel turning.
Sandvik Acquires Remaining Shares in Precorp Inc.
Sandvik Coromant parent company Sandvik AB has reached an agreement to acquire the remaining 51 percent of shares in Precorp Inc.
Manufacturing Discussion Draws Congresswoman to Sandvik Coromant Productivity Center
U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth (IL-08) visited the Schaumburg, Ill., Sandvik Coromant Productivity Center on August 23, to participate in a discussion on future of manufacturing in the particularly fertile Chicago area.
Sandvik’s Virtual Hub Offers an E-EMO Experience
In addition to its booth at EMO 2013 in Hannover, Germany, next week, Sandvik Coromant will host a Virtual Hub digital exhibition on Tuesday, September 17, for those unable to attend the show.
New V.P. Marketing and Communication at Sandvik Coromant
Björn Roodzant has been appointed V.P. marketing and communication at Sandvik Coromant.
Outsourced Job Moves In House to Save Money
Up against a tight deadline and down to a single insert to run an entire batch of hardened steel components, Metalmite turned to Sandvik Coromant to help overcome a tough threading operation and take an expensive outsourced job in-house for a fraction of the cost.
Explore a Cutting Tool 'Smart Hub'
“What will you Discover?” is the theme of the 5,700-square-foot Smart Hub, where an international team of Sandvik Coromant specialists will be based throughout the event.
Tips for Improved Holemaking
A few drill types dominate holemaking, a machining process made up of sub-areas that are evolving along with changing drill capabilities.