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Over the last five years Futuramic has made numerous friction stir weld tools, assembly tools, platforms, overhead lift devices and structural simulators for use by The Boeing Company in the construction of NASA’s Space Launch System rocket at the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans, Louisiana (MAF). Many of … Read More

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

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

Space Launch System: Tooling Up to Build the World’s Largest Rocket

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NASA Spaceflight Partner Futuramic Tool and Engineering Co. was commissioned by Boeing to design and build tooling for friction stir welding to assist in the construction of the Space Launch System core stage at NASA’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans. Article From spacefellowship.com Originally Posted: June 21, 2013 A … Read More