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Steve Butler has taken over as CEO and Mike Dakin will be continuing as a non-executive director.
Theta Technologies Joins UK Global Technology Centre (GTC) We are excited to have been selected as a collaboration partner at GKN Aerospace GTC in Bristol. The new centre will open in 2020 and will focus on additive manufacturing (AM), advanced composites, assembly...
New FD - Robert Warner And now a new Finance Director! Robert graduated in engineering before qualifying as an accountant with KPMG. His subsequent career has included 5 years as a Divisional Financial Controller with BAe Systems and many years as Finance & IT...
New CEO - Mike Dakin We have a new CEO. Mike was originally just a private investor in Theta but he has now taken the plunge and become our CEO. Mike is a materials engineer by education and he was from 2015 to 2018 Sector Vice President (Process Safety) at Halma Plc...
Presenting at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory On 15th March 2018 Our Chairman, Iain Fairbairn, gave a presentation at the Starburst Accelerator event at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Amongst a bunch of asteroid miners and orbiting gas station...
New Investor We are delighted to welcome our newest investor and non-executive director, Bob Bigley. Bob has a background in M&A and financing and was formerly the Finance Director of Town Centre Securities, a quoted property business. More recently, Bob...
Solving the NDT Problem for AM Components Theta will be exhibiting and speaking at the WEAF Technology Showcase in Yeovil on Wednesday 8th November. There will be live demonstrations of non-linear acoustic NDT for crack detection and AM components, and a...
Visit stand N105 to see Theta’s live demos of robot scanning of welds and rapid go/no-go triaging of AM components.
Doosan Babcock commissioned Theta Technologies to investigate whether our uniquely sensitive non-linear acoustic NDT techniques could detect early-stage creep damage within the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) of cross-welded P91 samples.
Theta will be exhibiting the latest version of our triaging (rapid go/no-go) NDT system at the WEAF Conference in Bristol, 21-22 February.
Theta Technologies is currently looking for partners in collaborative projects to validate and develop our technologies. To learn more, please contact our Applications Engineering Team.
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