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  • 3D or not 3D – HiETA and the New Statesman

    HiETA have supported the New Statesman weekly publication’s, “Manufacturing on the march“, supplement published last week. In the article 3D or not 3D, Mike Adams, CEO of HiETA challenges manufacturers to look beyond utopian idealism and concentrate on …

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  • HiETA use “humble” Raspberry Pi for furnace monitoring

    Adrian Schmeider, HiETA Test Engineer, used the humble Raspberry Pi to come up with a clever solution to log temperatures in the furnace in our Technology Centre. Monitoring temperature accurately is vital when components have to withstand particular heat conditions. The solutions …

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  • Innovate UK LIGHT project shares its findings

    LIGHT, an Innovate UK project which includes HiETA as one of its collaborators, will be running a dissemination event on Tuesday 26th April at the Bloodhound Technical Centre in Bristol. If you are innovating in the automotive, aerospace, medical devices, …

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HiETA Technologies – Experts in Additive Manufacturing

TEXstyle Curved 10ft TemplateHiETA Technologies Ltd is a product design, development and production company exploiting the new technology of Additive Manufacturing (AM) Using Selective Laser Melting we can “grow” components from layers of very fine powders. The very high levels of 3D design freedom provided by the approach allow HiETA to create more compact and efficient components than conventional manufacturing techniques.

Based in our Technology Centre in Bristol & Bath Science Park our team are all specialists in AM. We can provide design, manufacture and support services across the whole value chain from conceptual design through to the application of the technology itself.

Come and see what AM and HiETA can offer you during one of our Technology Centre tours or contact us to discuss how, or if, AM can help you with your design challenges.


Additive Manufacturing – efficiency: designed, engineered and industrialised