DE · Topics · Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin

Top Story

Exoskeletons on the Move
Sensors, CAD models and human-based designs advance wearable exoskeletons.
Lockheed Martin Shines Spotlights on Engineering Ethics
Aerospace giant teams with University of Illinois to host competition aimed at introducing the real-world implications of engineering ethics to undergraduate students.
Exoskeletons on the Move
Sensors, CAD models and human-based designs advance wearable exoskeletons.
Supersonic Comeback
Engineering startups and government agencies revisit the possibility of supersonic flight.
UL Grants First AM Safety Certification to Lockheed
The organization says the standard is recognized as the additive manufacturing industry's first set of guidelines focused on facility safety.
Lockheed Martin Certifies 3D-Printed Fuel Tanks
In addition to meeting NASA’s strict requirements for strength, durability, and weight, Lockheed Martin was able to reduce production time for the fuel tank domes by 87%, and cut delivery time from two years to three months.
3D Printing Cybersecurity Gets Boost from DMDII and Others
The National Center for Cybersecurity in Manufacturing focuses on 3D printing cybersecurity risks.
Sciaky’s EBAM Process Qualified for Satellite Fuel Tanks
The 46-in. titanium fuel tank domes, produced with Sciaky's metal 3D printing technology by Lockheed Martin Space, will be the largest additively manufactured parts in space.
Companies Team up to Engineer 3D-Printed Parts for NASA Orion Mission
Key to the project are Stratasys advanced materials, including an ESD variant of the new Antero 800NA, a PEKK-based thermoplastic offering high performance mechanical, chemical and thermal properties.
ESTECO Gets Contract to Support Lockheed Martin
VOLTA, ESTECO’s web-based enterprise solution, will be used for collaborative multi-disciplinary optimization by Lockheed Martin.
PADT, Stratasys Create Additive Manufacturing Lab in Colorado
Lockheed Martin Additive Manufacturing Laboratory helps students and engineers spur design and creation of composite tooling applications to reduce manufacturing lead times and streamline costs.
Optomec Shares Results of 3D Metal AM Study
Study validated the repeatability and transferability of the Optomec LENS metal additive manufacturing process, according to Optomec officials.
Printed Part to Launch on Lockheed Military Satellite
Lockheed used a laser powder bed fusion process to manufacture the part out of aluminum.
Lockheed, Penn State Team on Research
A Product Variation Flight Checklist
Make an engineering-based plan to deal with hardware, software and system design variations.
Lockheed Martin Submits Patent for 3D Printed Synthetic Diamond
A patent submission from Lockheed Martin may add synthetic diamond to the list of 3D printing materials.



Latest News

The Franklin Institute and TE Connectivity Collaborate on Tech Studio
Partnership connects the development and facilitation of interactive exhibit space with hands-on design and...

Air Force Readies Rapid Parts Replacement for Takeoff
The USAF is exploring how to leverage DLP 3D printing technology as a lean...

Contex Completes the HD Ultra X Scanner Series with Two Models
The series now includes 36- and 42-in. models, completing the range of scanning solutions...

Editor’s Picks: February 14-20, 2019
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of...

All posts