As a professional industrial product developer, Sharetech is particularly proud of ourself rapid prototyping. This capability is the mix of product knowledge, design experience and the application of a variety of flexible manufacturing methods to make product prototypes closest to commercial release one and in the shortest period time.
MIL-STD (Military Standard) is a durability standard set by the US military for equipment that meets operating conditions in harsh environments.
In order to achieve MIL-STD-810 standards, devices must pass 28 continuous tests such as low pressure, high/low temperature, shock temperature, liquid intoxication, rain, salt exposure, etc. These tests are applied not only in the military field but also by many manufacturers for their industrial and electronic equipment.
To date, ORC is the most efficient and economical approach for the recovery of low-to-medium heat to power. A wide variety of heat sources has been applied to ORCs, such as industrial waste heat and some renewable energy, such as geothermal heat, solar heat, biomass heat, and ocean thermal energy, etc. An ORC has similar system frame and working principle as Steam Rankine Cycle. A Steam Rankine Cycle uses water as working fluid, its normal boiling point (NBP) is 100℃ at atmospheric pressure. While an ORC uses organic working fluid with low NBP; thus it can be employed to low-to-medium heat sources and cooling conditions
With a team of specialised experts in many fields of industrial production and applied scientific research, Sharetech’s technical and technology consulting activities have brought the good value and useful supported for major projects of production and technology transfer in Vietnam, Taiwan, Japan and Southeast Asia.
In addition to, carrying out the requirement of product design and manufacturing orders (prototyping, pilot, …), Sharetech also provides product design engineers to cooperate product development with the clients, as a ESP (Engineer Service Provide) model. Regard to this service, Sharetech will provide client with the most qualified engineers in a certain period of time according to the specific requirements of the project.
ASOCA material made from oyster, crab, shrimp, snail shell, etc, is one of the best solutions for bio-degradable plastics. Based on the Chitin/Chitosan in ASOCA, PE/PP plastics can be bio-degraded through Oxygen reaction to transform to CO2 + H2O within 6 months. Our new material can be used to replace plastic products and protect environment.
Plastic trash is all around us such as soda bottles, grocery bags, to your ID card which cause serious pollution in the environment. If we do not correctly manage plastic, making new ones can be a waste of resources. Therefore, that is our reason to reuse (i.g. recycled plastic brick, tool) and reprocess plastic to prevent waste.
The solution is based on patent pending Composite Fiber Coextrusion (CFC) technology. Different thermoplastic polymers can be reinforced with continuous fibres, consolidated and cured within a single-stage fully automated process that does not require post processing or tooling. The two-matrix (thermoset + thermoplastic) approach ensures low porosity, good adhesion of fiber to polymer, superior mechanical properties.
With the development of continuous carbon filament, advanced composite structures, which are capable of standing up to the extreme working conditions, can be optimized and fabricated easily using 3D printing technology. Advanced composite structures design are our proud to be an independent and leading service provider for industry fields such as aerospace, EV, UAV, robot, etc. With extensive experience in designing, Sharetech does it better, faster and more cost effective than any of our competitors.
Fiber reinforced composite lattices like isogrids, anisogrids, gyroid or voronoi ones are light-weight attractive due to their high specific strength and specific stiffness. Each lattice has distinct characteristic suitable for different loading conditions. Especially, natural lattices are excellent structures formed through hundreds of year such as leave, bamboo, or human bone structures. Our design is always approaching those optimal lattice ones to satisfy customers.
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the object is created. We have enough choices for our customer requirement. A desktop printer has a smaller build volume of 330 x 240 x 240 mm which suitable for making small prototypes at office or at home and customer budget.
Additive manufacturing can be used to create various industrial goods. Thanks to our fast and reliable industrial 3D printers, we can shorten your prototyping time from weeks or months down to a few days. Our industrial printer has a big build volume over 1000 x 1000 x 1000 mm. In this context, we’ll be exploring the current state of 3D printing across a range of industries.
3D printing is booming in the robotics industry. Not only does 3D printing make it possible to get more complex structures in additive manufacturing. It can also result in lower costs, higher versatility, and additional flexibility when it comes to creating customized tasks. If a 3D printer is outfitted with a robotic arm with high movability, it can then move in a variety of directions and print at more angles. This expands the freedom of building geometrically-complex shapes to a completely new horizon. Combining our printer with robots, we could make our structures much more sustainable and large-scale plastic pieces.
With an eye to next-generation space-deployable structures, our technology is continuing to identify advanced composite materials and designs that could eventually become the mainstay of future missions, be it in the framework of advanced spacecraft or in the form of extraterrestrial outposts constructed for long-term space habitation. Our structures are subjected to, to more complex, geometric designs that not only offer strength to counteract stress loads, but also add flexibility for space applications.
We provide the easiest way to source high-quality 3D printed prototypes and production parts. You can Order from our network of highly experienced 3D printing services and technical maintenance.
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are the key application enabling factories to operate in an automated way. PLC is typically built up as a modular system consisting of several blocks, such as a control unit (often called central processing unit, CPU) and multiple Input / Output or other function modules (expansion modules). PLC applications generally require high reliability from both the hardware and software. For those reasons, we research and apply to characterize the reliability of PLC systems, which harmonizes the software components and the hardware components and the correlations between them in the complete automation system.
With the Industry 4.0 digitalization, the industrial data logger plays a key role, collecting data from multiple wired or wireless sensor nodes, and transmitting them to cloud applications or central condition monitoring systems, to enable process data analysis and access to a remote control. The industrial data logger not only acts as a bridge between different network technologies connecting various types of sensors directly to the Internet but also storage and refills the data correctly after the internet reconnects. Therefore, we have developed our data logger with high reliability, supporting various data transfer protocols, suitable for each specific application.
Vision refers to many technologies, software and hardware products, integrated systems, actions, methods, and expertise. Machine vision as a systems engineering discipline can be considered distinct from computer vision, a form of computer science. We attempt to integrate existing technologies in new ways and apply them to solve real-world problems.
Robots and automation systems aren’t just limited to on-board resources for computation or memory. Advancements in technology such as the Internet of Things (IoT) has opened new
possibilities with the opportunity to collect and transport data across a series of interconnected networks and clouds.
A strong value would be added by combining the two and creating an Internet of Robotic Things. Our robot products have added IoT solutions of Intel, STMicroelectronics, Microchip, Texas instruments, ….In future,our Robotics can process data rapidly, in real-time using Big Data platforms. In processing a huge amount of data instantly, robots can learn from their mistakes
and reinforce behavior in an instant.
The developments in autonomous robots that co-existence of humans and robots have opened new challenges in research areas of robotics, e.g., in motion planning and control. In particular, the control system should be able to provide the robots a reliable motion planning and control ability when the robots are working in a group or in collaboration with one or several humans in complex and dynamic environments. We researched and applied the methodology of the proposed path planning based on the dipole flow field. Results showed that the robots are well routed to the destinations while possible collisions with other agents are taken into account.
The Medical Robotics research is aimed at developing robotic assistants for prediction or surgery. The purpose is defined as the creation of machines which are not intended to replace the doctors in surgical interventions, but to work side-by-side with them.
Over years, the development of artificial intelligence has shown off more and more significant achievements. Intelligent machines and autonomous robots are now able to replace humans in many complicated tasks as well as to interact with humans in a shared working space yet without causing any catastrophic effects on human and the surrounding environment. We apply data- driven approaches to teach intelligent machines with big data and deep-learning processes. We believe that our data-driven system is more robust and easily customized for different requirements of industrial demand.
We investigate on the latest development of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) to create new interfaces to control, interact with industrial system with the main goal to create immersive interactions and reduce the risks to operators working on heavy industrial machine and O&M services
Industrial robots that work safely alongside people are known as collaborative robots, or cobots. Human coworkers can train these cobots using a tablet or by physically moving them to show how a task is done. Once programmed, cobots work in the same space as humans, usually taking on repetitive or precise jobs, such as packing boxes or assembling electronic parts.
By becoming Universal Robot’s CSI in Vietnam market, the combination of Universal’s collaborative robot lines with image processing technology and IoT are core technologies that Sharetech has mastered and developed in the past time. . We are confident to bring comprehensive system integration solutions for applications in manufacturing industries.