Our customer offering

Metal cutting

Our complete range of metal-cutting tools and tooling systems, including agnostic verification and optimization software, help customers optimize the manufacture of high quality components.


Milling is the process of machining using rotary cutters to remove material. Milling can be done on flat surfaces, shoulders, slots, gears or complex 3D shapes. Milling is used, for example, to produce landing gears and turbine blades for airplanes.


Turning generates cylindrical and rounded forms with a single-point tool. The tool remains stationary while the work piece rotates.


When drilling, there are a multitude of characteristics to consider such as positioning accuracy, hole geometry and surface finish. Our range of drills has been designed with optimum hole quality in mind.

Digital and software solutions

Through automation, tool data management, CAD/CAM solutions, machining monitoring and optimized manufacturing processes, we aim to integrate digital systems in an agnostic way – and allow all parts in a machine shop to communicate, all the way from quotation to verification. This increases speed and quality of the design and planning processes, reduces waste and contributes to more sustainable manufacturing.

Additive manufacturing

We have leading expertise across the entire additive manufacturing chain and offer additive manufacturing services as well as the widest range of powder alloys on the market. Additive manufacturing has many clear sustainability advantages, such as minimized waste, reduced inventories and fewer process steps, which reduces energy consumption.

Industrial metrology

Industrial metrology is the three-dimensional quality assurance and reverse engineering process related to the component manufacturing process. Sandvik’s offering includes agnostic software, automation and robotics control, as well as in-line and non-contact assembly and inspection.