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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.
SAKOR Supplies Lockheed Martin with Dynamometers
The technology will be used in the Materials Technology Laboratory for advanced aerospace applications.
The Digital Thread: A Digital Stitch in Time
Initiatives are reshaping Lockheed Martin’s original vision for the digital thread.
Managing Your Design Engineering Material Data
Evolving platforms are helping ease the stress of material data management.
Building Robot First Responders
Behind the scenes at the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals.
Lockheed Martin Division Selects Aras Innovator
The organization will use it to streamline configuration and change management.
3D Printing Helps Launch Satellite Mission
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab turned to additive manufacturing to lower cost and weight of new satellite antenna array supports.
Lockheed Tackles Test Data Complexity
Data management software helps accelerate test data analysis on F-35 program.
Lockheed Martin, BAE Systems Join Collaboration for Exoskeleton Design
The apparatus helps reduce muscle fatigue for workers who handle heavy machinery on a daily basis.
3D Printing’s New Materials, Part 2: Metal
Metal materials and systems offer ever-increasing choices for additive manufacturing of one-off parts or hundreds of custom pieces.
Granta Design Announces Phase IV of Material Data Management Consortium
The collaborative was founded to focus on developing and applying materials information technology that maximizes the value of materials engineering.
Lockheed Unveils Hypersonic Spy Plane Plans
Google, NASA Back D-Wave Quantum Computer
In March, Engineering on the Edge covered Lockheed Martin’s investment into the D-Wave quantum computer. An independent study has confirmed that the quantum computer is as fast, or faster, than other computers.
Lockheed Martin Invests in Quantum Computing
A single quantum computer could speed through problems that currently require entire data centers to solve, reducing operating costs.



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