On July 16, the Apollo 11 mission was launched from the Kennedy Space Center and four days later, on July 20, 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man to step foot on the moon. The landing was a combination of innovation, dedication, and persistence of the team from all over the United States that helped to make this dream a reality. Since that step, the aerospace industry has made leaps, constantly innovating and expanding. 50 years later, Acutec Precision Aerospace is proud to be part of that innovation.
Founded in 1988, Acutec is an aerospace manufacturer that concentrates on producing precise and quality parts to companies around the world. Since its inception, Acutec has grown from a 17 person shop to a 400+, 3 location company that hold an esteemed international reputation.
Manufacturing Day: On October 3, 2019, Acutec will celebrate Manufacturing Day. Come and bring your family to learn how Aerospace parts are made and where they are used.
Here at Acutec, we strive to create an engaging work atmosphere and provide opportunities to work with state of the art equipment and collaborate. How can you launch your career? Check out our programs and opportunities below!
Acutec is involved in a number of long-term projects and there is no end in sight for us. We belive that our success comes from you success, and we are willing to invest in it if you are.
Are you interestd in learning about a career in the manufacturing industry? Acutec offers job shadowing in a variety of careers including machining, engineering, sales and producation.
Through our ASCEND Program, Acutec offers competitive and valuable internships for high school and college students to help apply concept learned in the classroom to Acutec through meaningful projects and mentorship.
The CNC Machinist Training Program covers a variety of topics to prepare you for the culture and expectations of Acutec, as well as a successful career in machining. We will educate and train you to become a self-sufficient and independent worker capable of machining and inspecting.
Would you like to learn more about our role in aerospace manufacturing? Are you contemplating your future career options?
We are happy to give you a tour of our facilities and answer any of your questions.