Lockheed Martin Employees Donate Personal Protective Equipment to Local Communities
Satellite makers, 3D printers and aircraft upholsterers unite in efforts to provide PPE to healthcare workers
Putting Innovation to Work
In our Innovation Centers, which are creative spaces at our facilities across the U.S., we are using 3D printing equipment to create thousands of face shield mounts and visors for local health centers and for manufacturing employee use. Designs for this PPE are shared virtually through our internal collaboration tools, printed and distributed quickly.
Our employees in Palmdale, California, and Fort Worth, Texas, are quickly building over 5,000 face shield frames using a high-pressure water jet as well as additive methods to deliver components to Georgia Tech and other teams across Lockheed Martin for assembly into completed face shields to support local hospitals across the nation.
Supporting a Different Kind of Special Operations
Mask-Making by Moonlight
Up to the Mask Task
From Satellite Production to Scrub Maker
As we move forward during this global pandemic, we are proud of the efforts the men and women of Lockheed Martin to support the missions of their local communities. Learn more about what we are doing to support this global crisis effort by clicking on the below links: