Is it absolutely necessary to have SSIS output them for you? If not, you can use the object-scripting wizard in SSMS to generate table scripts any time you need to.
Right-click the database in the object browser, Task->Script Database, select the options you want and output to a text file. Usually a pretty fast and easy task.
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