Category Archives: Lockheed Martin

News digest: Innovate UK, Lockheed Martin, Photocentric, FIT Additive Manufacturing Group and more

This edition of our 3D printing news digest Sliced, new funding for additive manufacturing, a company hoping to help hurricane victims with 3D pens, 3D printed exoskeleton, 3D Printed Titanium Lumbar Cages, 3D models for the visually impaired, FIT’s supersonic 3D printer, 3D printed electric boat and 3D printed idols. £20 million for cutting-edge technologies […]

Lockheed Martin shares its “5 Ps” for industrial 3D printing

From the U.S. Air Force’s production of cost-effective 3D printed cup handles and 3D printed military aircraft toilet seat covers, additive manufacturing continues to provide innovative part solutions for military and naval industries. Lockheed Martin, a Maryland-based aerospace and defense company, has emphasized its 5Ps Additive Manufacturing Model to demonstrate the potential of additive manufacturing […]

Lockheed Martin shares its “5 Ps” for industrial 3D printing

From the U.S. Air Force’s production of cost-effective 3D printed cup handles and 3D printed military aircraft toilet seat covers, additive manufacturing continues to provide innovative part solutions for military and naval industries. Lockheed Martin, a Maryland-based aerospace and defense company, has emphasized its 5Ps Additive Manufacturing Model to demonstrate the potential of additive manufacturing […]

Lockheed Martin 3D printed antenna database funded in NextFlex $12 millon offering

An additive manufacturing project at American global defense contractor Lockheed Martin has won the support of NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute. This year the institute, which was formed by the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD) and FlexTech Alliance, split a fund of $12 million between a total of seven projects, led by […]

Lockheed Martin 3D printed antenna database funded in NextFlex $12 millon offering

An additive manufacturing project at American global defense contractor Lockheed Martin has won the support of NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute. This year the institute, which was formed by the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD) and FlexTech Alliance, split a fund of $12 million between a total of seven projects, led by […]

Arconic announces multiple aerospace deals, Lockheed Martin joint development agreement

3D printing news about the aerospace sector is set to dominate the agenda this week as the Farnborough International Airshow gets underway. GE Additive and GKN have already made announcements, and now a batch of news from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania based Arconic has just been announced. Lockheed Martin and Arconic sign Joint Development Agreement A freshly […]

Lockheed Martin 3D-druckt riesigen Titan-Treibstofftank für Satelliten

Lockheed Martin 3D druckt riesigen Titanzylinder für Satelliten 300x225 - Lockheed Martin 3D-druckt riesigen Titan-Treibstofftank für Satelliten

Im Rahmen eines mehrjährigen Entwicklungsprogramms zur Entwicklung riesiger Hochdrucktanks, welche Treibstoff an Bord von Satelliten befördern sollen, schloss Lockheed Martin nun die letzte Runde der Qualitätsprüfung eines 3D-gedruckten Titanzylinders ab. Mit Projekten wie einem Luft- und Raumfahrt-3D-Druck-Labor für eine Universität, dem 3D-Druck von Diamanten oder auch mit Investitionen in Millionenhöhe für die Forschung an weiteren [...]

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Lockheed Martin produces its largest 3D printed parts for space

Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company based in Maryland, has produced two large titanium 3D printed domes for a high-pressure tank responsible for holding fuel on-board orbiting satellites. Measuring at 46 inches in diameter, the titanium domes which were fabricated using Sciaky’s Electronic Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology, are Lockheed Martin’s largest 3D […]

Lockheed Martin produces its largest 3D printed parts for space

Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company based in Maryland, has produced two large titanium 3D printed domes for a high-pressure tank responsible for holding fuel on-board orbiting satellites. Measuring at 46 inches in diameter, the titanium domes which were fabricated using Sciaky’s Electronic Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM) technology, are Lockheed Martin’s largest 3D […]

3D printing news Sliced DNA, drag racing, AI and the Army

Today in our 3D printing news digest Sliced –  how to improve 3D printers with AI, additive manufacturing for F1 success, and the DNA printers potentially coming soon to lab near you. Time lapse of a new ceramic 3D printer from WASP. Clip via WASP Team on YouTube DNA printing and those all-important bile ducts… A new […]