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HiETA Technologies Recently Tested Our Novel Waste Heat Recovery System

HiETA Technologies recently tested our novel waste heat recovery system, as part of a collaborative R&D project with Bath University and AXES Design, generating over 1kW of power from an exhaust stream. As part of an Innovate UK project,…
The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product
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The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product

The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product: 07/06/2016, CFMS, Bristol & Bath Science Park The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product Hosted by HiETA, CFMS, Altair at The…
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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…
LIGHT dissemination event
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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…
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HiETA Look Into Europe

HiETA Technologies are looking to expand our reach to Europe to share our additive manufacturing expertise and knowledge in lightweighting and thermal management. Attention is currently focused on the German market starting with editorial…
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HiETA Out and About at WEAF

After a successful time at LCV 2015, HiETA Technologies will be exhibiting at the WEAF conference  in Bristol on the 16th & 17th February 2016, the leading network association for aerospace and defence companies in the South West. The…
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Encouraging Women Into Engineering

HiETA Lead From the Front in Encouraging Women Into Engineering Within the engineering sector there is currently an extreme skill shortage. In particular when it comes to women in engineering, only around 7% of engineering professionals in…
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In the News at TCT

In a recent interview with TCT, Dr Mellor stated, "You can’t pick up a book and get the information you need (on ALM)  – people haven’t been doing it long enough."  Dr Stephen Mellor, Project Engineer, HiETA Technologies Find out…