Lockheed Picks Anark Software to Produce 3D Technical Data Packages for Orion Spacecraft; Richard Smith Comments

softwareLockheed Martin has selected an Anark-built software that works to generate technical data packages in three-dimensional PDF formats in support of the former's work on NASA's Orion spacecraft.

Lockheed's space systems business will use Anark Core Server to produce and publish 3D PDF documents of design and engineering data stored in PTC‘s Windchill software for product data management, Anark said Tuesday.

Richard Smith, a mechanical and propulsion engineer for the Orion program at Lockheed, said Lockheed will use the technical documents produced by Anark Core Server to convey to suppliers its design intent for the space vehicle.

Boulder, Colorado-based Anark provides manufacturing and engineering software platforms for clients in various markets, including defense, aerospace and energy sectors.

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