Component Manufacturing

Axenics provides effective metal and plastic component manufacturing solutions consisting of simple weldments, manifolds and tube assemblies, to a wide variety of OEM. Everything we do with metals, we can do with plastics, and the majority of our products can be built to your specifications. Our expert technicians are dedicated to producing high quality, reliable assemblies that are ready for installation.

High Quality

Because our staff is certified and trained to understand and meet industry specifications, the quality of our product is consistently high. Axenics maintains a very low incidence of customer-returned parts, and a quality rating of 99%. We invest in the right people and train them to receive the right certifications required to work on specific projects within certain industries, and we cross train all of our production staff to provide the highest level of service possible.

Competitive Pricing

Many of our vendors provide us with special contract pricing, which gives us a cost advantage in the industry. We have a professional purchasing team with many years of experience, who can source any special requests that may come from a customer.


Axenics guarantees simple project quotes within 24-48 hours, and more complex quotes can typically be turned around within 7-10 days. Simpler projects can often be completed within 2-3 weeks, and more complex projects can take anywhere from 16-18 weeks or longer based on material availability and the size of the system.

Experts in Component Manufacturing

Our facility space offers (20,000 square feet combined), advanced equipment and certified personnel allows us to contribute to more efficient designs in our expertise areas, and to source components more efficiently and cost effectively than others within our industry. The low cost, high purity level and secure safety standards at which we operate allow us to provide our customers with the most economical solutions to their needs.

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Axenics recommends the Kanban system for many of our contract manufacturing customers. Lead time and cost can be greatly reduced and dock dates are consistently met, using this supply chain control method.


Component Manufacturing Q&A

What is Component Manufacturing?

Component Manufacturing is Axenics’ process of developing custom solutions for clients across a wide breadth of industries—from medical and semiconductor to chemical manufacturing. Axenics produces weldments, manifolds and tube assemblies to help engineers achieve their goals, whether simple and straightforward or layered and complex.   

What Types of Materials Does Axenics Work With?

For over 30 years, Axenics has been producing high-quality components from metals such as stainless steel, copper, titanium, aluminum and inconel, each of which comes along with its own set of desirable qualities. We also work with the following plastics: Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE/FPA), Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC), Polypropylene (PP), High-density Polyethylene (HDPE) and Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF).

What are Weldments?

Weldments are produced in various sizes and configurations, resulting in components such as valves, pneumatics, piping assemblies and more. Due to their affordability and repeatability, weldments are at the core of Axenics’ component manufacturing services.

What are Manifolds?

In their elemental state, manifolds are pipes or chambers that branch out into several different openings. Manifolds can be either simple or complex, and fabrication is typically based on industry standards and quality specifications. Both metals and plastics can be utilized in the manufacturing of manifolds.

What are Tube Assemblies?

Tube assemblies are generally manufactured to become part of larger systems that are used to move gas or liquids in industries such as semiconductor and chemical manufacturing. Welded “T’s” and elbows are two common forms of tube assemblies, both of which can be made either from metals or plastics.

What is Kanban?

The Japanese word “Kanban” (which translates literally to “signal card”) refers in manufacturing to a lean production technique that eliminates waste in terms of both labor and inventory. It is essentially a pull system, in which inventory is pulled as needed throughout the lifespan of a project or customer relationship. The result? Reduced lead time and lower costs, plus consistently met dock dates.

What Types of Quality Control Measures are in Place?

Axenics maintains a quality rating of 99%, with a staff of highly trained professionals who have a deep understanding of today’s industry specifications. Our Class 100 cleanroom ensures high purity levels in all manufactured components, no matter how small or large the job happens to be.

Lower Costs and Improve Quality

Learn how moving from component manufacturing to complex assemblies can solve common problems in a variety of industries.

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