Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Reduced lead time

Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Reduced lead time

Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Reduced lead time

Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Reduced lead time

Increased performance

Reduced weight

Improved packaging

Component integration

Reduced lead time

HiETA Technologies are interested in solving your manufacturing challenges by using Additive Manufacturing. Our core strength is delivering the whole process to our clients from the original design to product delivery bringing our customers and partners with us every step of the way.

Hieta AM Product Montage

HiETA 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.

Efficiency: designed, engineered and industrialised

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HiETA Recuperator Utilised in Ariel HiPERCAR

HiETA Recuperator featured as part of the micro-turbine range extender HiETA is pleased to announce that our Additive Manufactured MiTRE recuperator has been used in the micro-turbine range extender system on the Ariel HiPERCAR. Standing…
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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,…
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HiETA Successfully Tests a Waste-Heat Heat Exchanger

HiETA Technologies recently tested a waste-heat heat exchanger to 36 bar, 650°C temperature, as part of a collaborative R&D project named iBRANCH with Bath University and AXES Design. The steam superheater heat exchanger is made from…
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HiETA Tests Our Highest Effectiveness Heat Exchanger

HiETA Technologies recently tested our highest ever effectiveness (>96%) heat exchanger, as part of a collaborative R&D project with Bath University and AXES Design. The Ultra-compact air to liquid heat exchanger, which is more…
ASME Turbo Expo
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HiETA to Attend ASME Turbo Expo 2017

Next week marks the beginning of Turbo Expo, a Turbomachinery Technical Conference & Exposition presented by the ASME International Gas Turbine Institute in Charlotte, NC. An exhibition and conference which takes place from the 26th June…
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IoD Bristol Technologies, Trends and Processes for 3D Design and Manufacturing

The Institute of Directors, Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) and HiETA Technologies will be holding aTechnology Briefing Event on the evolution of technologies, trends and the future for 3D design manufacturing. There will be presentations…
Jesse Norman visiting the new Technology Centre
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Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Production - Book Now

HiETA would like to invite you to a new HiETA event, Embracing Additive Manufacturing for Production, on the 1st December 2016 at CFMS in the Bristol and Bath Science Park. The event is centred around exploring the perceived challenges of the…
The Industrialisation of Additive Manufacturing from Concept to End Product
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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 Bristol & Bath Science Park, 7th June 2016 The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (@CFMSuk) played host in partnership…
New Statesman
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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…
Raspberry Pi
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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…

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