A Closer Look
Following are a few examples of how the Sharon Tuvia team
maximizes its unique skill set for the benefit of customers.
A Closer Look
Following are a few examples of how the Sharon Tuvia team
maximizes its unique skill set for the benefit of customers.
A Closer Look
Following are a few examples of how the Sharon Tuvia team
maximizes its unique skill set for the benefit of customers.

A Closer Look

Following are a few examples of how the Sharon Tuvia team maximizes its unique skill set for the benefit of customers.

A Year’s Work in 60 Days

A US utility required the urgent repair of a 600mm titanium turbine. The original supplier could only supply the part in one year. Sharon Tuvia reverse engineered the turbine and, utilizing highly advanced machining equipment, manufactured the part, enabling the utility to return to full operation within two months and saving them hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Less Heat. More Sales

Our medical customer had a large, cumbersome, inefficient hand-held manual device for laser hair removal, with a laser source. We redesigned the part to incorporate a more efficient heat exchanger and heat reducer. Tests proved a dramatic increase in efficiency, and the new user-friendly design improved sales and the company’s market positioning.

Back to Steak in 2 Months

A medical customer approached us to manufacture the implant of half a jaw for an implant operation it was about to perform. Combining reverse engineering on a plastic model created by the client and using a titanium additive manufacturing process, the implant was highly successful with the patient back to eating steaks within only 60 days.

When a Light Box is a Heavy Task

When a Light Box
is a Heavy Task

An aerospace customer approached us with an electronic box consisting of dozens of parts. The box was considered a single SKU and consequently exceeded weight requirements. We redesigned the box, consolidating parts, reducing the weight to within limit without compromising the integrity or operation of the box.

Full Metal Air Duct

An electronics customer had to manufacture thin metal air ducts with variable internal diameter to meet the development requirements for its customers. 3D plastic printing of the parts resulted in unacceptable performance. Using the same plastic model, we manufactured the ducts from aluminum and they performed to spec. Our work process accelerated the development process and time to market.