Category: In the News

HiETA Technologies Awarded 2018 TCT Rising Star Award

The TCT awards is a prestigious event that celebrates the best innovations in design-to-manufacturing technology. Designed to celebrate groundbreaking applications and technology advancements, the evening was a huge success, and HiETA Technologies are proud to announce that we were awarded the 2018 TCT Rising Star award. 2018 has seen HiETA transition from primarily a research … Continued

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 what really matters – producing products/ components that offer a better solution to those that already exist. Using Additive … Continued

HiETA Makes The Manufacturer Front Page

HiETA Technologies makes The Manufacturer Front Page – “Additive Manufacturing: the next dimension” HiETA Technologies has made the front page of The Manufacturer website and will be featured within the next issue, April 2016. Deputy Editor Victoria Fitzgerald reports on her interview with CEO Mike Adams at the official opening of the HiETA Technology Centre in February. The article … Continued

HiETA Look Into Europe

HiETA Technologies are looking to expand our reach to Europe to share our additive manufacturing expertise and knowledge in lightweight and thermal management. Attention is currently focused on the German market starting with editorial coverage in Automotive magazine “Automobil Production“. The German publication features a segment on HiETA Technologies and details how the company is meeting … Continued

HiETA Technical Director Makes the Top 100

Drummond Hislop, HiETA’s Technical Director, has made the Top 100 in The Manufacturer‘s prestigious Top 100 which features the “most inspiring figures in manufacturing”. The Manufacturers Top 100 provides a platform for the recognition of exceptional individuals involved in UK manufacturing. In order to qualify for the Top 100, the nominee has to represent an inspiring leader, a … Continued