Ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) spectroscopy is among the most consequential tools available to researchers studying the magnetic properties of materials. FMR is the detection of the increase of microwave absorption by a sample within a magnetic field due to resonance between the microwaves and the procession frequency of the sample. To be of use, FMR must be measured at a range of frequencies, field strengths, and angles with respect to the field. Traditionally, this has required close attention and has been a time-consuming process. Using low-noise high-sensitivity equipment, modern 3d printing technology, and custom programming, an automated FMR system can be constructed to reduce the time cost of FMR and allow focus to be directed to other projects.