Futuramic to descend on Capitol Hill to highlight how their work is helping drive U.S. innovation and creating high paying/hi tech jobs

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Space exploration is good for American jobs Original Article From The Hill Posted: February 05, 2018 Over 250 of America’s leading innovative companies will descend on Capitol Hill next week. These “suppliers” for the Space Launch System Rocket and Orion Spacecraft U.S. exploration programs will highlight how their work is helping … Read More

Senator Bill Nelson Tours Futuramic’s Facilities

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Futuramic was honored to host Senator Bill Nelson for a facilities tour and discussion on manufacturing and space exploration on Monday, November 13. Senator Nelson met with Futuramic’s President Mark Jurcak, Vice President John Couch and Sales Manager Rob Flinn to see the advanced manufacturing operations at Futuramic’s Detroit campus … Read More

Embracing Change

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Futuramic Tool and Engineering – Embracing Change Article From The Deep Space Coalition website Originally Posted: July 31, 2017 The world is always changing. Many people say that the world is getting smaller every day, but not at Futuramic Tool and Engineering (FTE), or any of the other companies who … Read More

Connecting the Core

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Major assembly is almost complete on the core stage intertank for the first launch of SLS. This robust structure will connect two massive fuel tanks that form the bulk of the stage. The intertank to be flown on the first integrated flight of the Space Launch System and Orion is … Read More

NASA Pegasus Barge Shipment

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For the past 6+ years Futuramic Tool and Engineering has been proud to be a Boeing partner in the construction of the Space Launch System (SLS) the most powerful rocket ever built. Futuramic has delivered eight major tools and numerous smaller tools. In addition Futuramic has manufactured some of the … Read More

Preparing to Plug Into NASA SLS Fuel Tank

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A team prepares a robot – the yellow machine attached to the liquid hydrogen tank for the Space Launch System rocket — for friction plug welding at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Friction plug welding is a technique developed by engineers at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in … Read More

Futuramic Inspires Future “Makers” at Manufacturing Day 2016

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Futuramic Tool and Engineering has welcomed future “makers” to their Warren and Detroit locations in celebration of Manufacturing Day 2016. The event is part of a national initiative to raise awareness and inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Students currently enrolled in design, robotics, and technical career classes joined leadership … Read More

Futuramic Hosts Presidential Candidate Highlighting the Future of Manufacturing

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Futuramic Tool and Engineering Co., was proud to highlight Michigan’s deep history and bright future in manufacturing while serving as a backdrop for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s speech on jobs and economic development. Futuramic has been working in aerospace and aviation to assist NASA’s Space Launch System along with partners … Read More

From Macomb to Mars: County firm manufactures hardware of dreams

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Macomb Township company helps NASA with mission to Mars Article From The Macomb Daily Originally Posted: May 14, 2016 Long known for auto plants and a thriving blue economy revolving around its lakefront, Macomb County is getting into the next chapter of space exploration. A local firm is building components and … Read More

Futuramic Helping Space Program Get Ready For Launch

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Macomb Township company helps NASA with mission to Mars. Article From WDIV ClickOnDetroit Originally Posted: March 29, 2016. MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Every day we get closer to a new reality, a reality that has man stepping foot on Mars. Science fiction has painted a wide variety of scenes and expectations, but the human race will eventually know what it’s really like to be on the “Red Planet.”