Sandvik to offer online metal powder ordering

November 16, 2022

Sandvik hopes to offer metal powders at a 48-hour turnaround via its new web shop (Courtesy Sandvik)
Sandvik hopes to offer metal powders at a 48-hour turnaround via its new web shop (Courtesy Sandvik)

Sweden’s Sandvik has pre-launched a new online ordering ‘webshop’ for its range of Additive Manufacturing metal powders. Announced at Formnext 2022, Osprey® Online is expected to be launched in Q1 2023 and plans to offer a forty-eight-hour turnaround service, as well as 24/7 technical support.

With more than 160 years of materials expertise and forty-five years of experience in powder atomisation, Sandvik is a leading provider of gas-atomised metal powders for Additive Manufacturing and hosts a wide alloy range.

Formnext attendees can receive a live demo at the Sandvik booth in Hall 11, D21. By registering interest via the Osprey site, customers can receive a 5% discount on their first order. Also featured on the company booth are maraging steels (including some cobalt-free options), which are said to allow for substantial benefits in sustainability and shipping and the newly announced copper powder. These powders are manufactured in house, both pure and in a variety of alloyed variants. The material allows for greater control over factors such as thermal and electrical performance, size, shape, and weight of end components.

Sandvik hopes to offer metal powders at a 48-hour turnaround via its new web shop (Courtesy Sandvik)

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