Meggitt (UK), is a branch of Meggitt PLC. It is the best global firm that specializes in high-performance subsystems and parts. This is for the defense, aerospace and chosen energy markets. The company has revealed a purchase in HiETA Technologies. HiETA is a UK firm with the best international abilities in metal 3D printing.
The venture will speed up the growth of the following generation of thermic systems. The systems are for energy and aerospace uses. It allows a new production of lightweight and high-performance thermic systems. They are to be taken to the store at a crucial time. This is for supportable aeronautics and lower-carbon power production solutions.
Meggitt is knowledgeable in designing and making improved energy exchanger technologies. This is for mission-critical aeronautics and technical uses. All these together support HiETA Technologies’ expertise in designing utilizing AM. This is to create high-performance parts for aerospace, motorsport, and defense uses.
“With a 160-year track record in bringing technology to the aerospace, defense, and energy markets, innovation is at the heart of everything we do.” This is according to the group director of engineering & strategy at Meggitt, Hugh Clayton.
He also said that their partnership with HiETA is an impressive one and they are proud to be part of it. This is as they look forward to pushing the frontiers of discovery.
“We look forward to a productive partnership which will shape our future: collaborating on additive manufacturing and thermal system technology to enable the next-generation of more sustainable aircraft propulsion systems and greener energy systems; ensuring a sustainable future for the generations to come,” he added.
CEO & co-founder of HiETA Technologies, Mike Adams, said that it is an interesting time for the firm. This is as they follow their approach of collaborating with powerful industrial performers. This is in the chief manufacturing areas. The venture allows them to bring impressive new goods to fresh markets.
“It also shows the potential for additive manufacture of our world-class designs, when supported by outstanding industrial knowledge, experience, and capability. The investment is, therefore, key to developing confidence in further adoption of additive manufacturing,” said Mike.