Craig Technologies Aerospace Solutions (CTAS) supports your projects from concept to real-world application or at any scalable solution in-between. CTAS takes pride in responding to the ever-changing needs of our customers by placing an emphasis on evaluating our manufacturing processes and making continual improvements. Our small business flexibility, lean management team and industry-leading employee benefits help us deliver exceptional customer-driven solutions and a quick and cost-effective solution to any priority need.

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5-Axis CNC Machinist
Cape Canaveral, FL

Recent News

— 06.2017    Craig Technologies Aerospace Solutions (CTAS) is proud to announce their new location, 175 Imperial Boulevard, Cape Canaveral.

— 03.2017   Craig Technologies Aerospace Solutions (CTAS) announces that it is establishing a .Space Development Acceleration Capability (SDAC) in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) and Space Florida. CTAS is currently developing the Flight Test Platform (FTP) that will utilize the NanoRacks External Payload Platform (NREP) on the International Space Station (ISS) to showcase and test space hardware and additive manufacturing in Low Earth Orbit conditions.

— 02.2017   Craig Technologies Aerospace Solutions (CTAS) is pleased to be fabricating over 300 cable harnesses for Core Electric Corp. that will be used on the SLS (Space Launch System) Mobile Launcher under a contract with NASA-KSC.

— 02.2017   Craig Technologies Aerospace Solutions (CTAS) is establishing a Space Development Acceleration Capability (SDAC), in partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) and Space Florida, to provide rapid development and test of space hardware utilizing additive manufacturing technology on board and outside of the International Space Station (ISS).