Cutting tool maker Sandvik looks to software, 3D printing to stay ahead

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Sandvik Machining Solutions (SMS), the world’s top metal cutting tools maker, is looking to build on its expertise in 3D printing and acquire industrial software firms to stay ahead of rivals and adapt to emerging challenges like the rise of the electric car.