Zero Defects Graphics From The Martin Marietta Orlando Presentations Department, circa 1960s
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Created: | Author: Jane Tracy | Memory Date: November 5, 1966
DOWN TO EARTH: Pulling a ripcord and pushing a launch button really aren’t very different. In both cases lives are at stake. And in both cases the product must perform the way it was intended. This calls for careful designing, the correct materials, and proper packaging – a combination that won’t let you down. (Too suddenly, that is.) It’s known as reliability. Let’s be certain we design it into Sprint. SPRINT RELIABILITY
Graphic designs from The Martin Company Orlando Presentations Department created for the Zero Defects Program, circa 1960’s.
The Zero Defects Program started at the Martin Company Orlando as noted in Lockheed Martin’s Zero Defects story: “that a far-reaching and influential program would be born: Zero Defects, the granddaddy of nearly every quality control program in the world.”