Axenics hosted Congresswoman Lori Trahan at our facility in Tyngsboro, MA, to discuss our current manufacturing supply chain challenge and the CHIPS Act.
Mya Jones is the newest member of the welding team at Axenics. She began full-time with us after graduating from Greater Lowell Technical High School with a focus on metal fabrication.
Companies choose outsourcing manufacturing of some of their components or entire projects to keep up with the market demand and to save time and money.
Axenics added an employee gym to our new headquarters in Tyngsboro, MA, which is available to our team 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Employee benefits and retention are two things taken very seriously at Axenics. We foster a collaborative environment in all departments. Apply today!
The engineering and design team at Axenics works with customers and prospects on their designs and automates processes on the production floor.
High-quality, cost-effective tube bending services are a cinch with our Horn Metric TBRE Hybrid CNC tube bending machine. Precision tube bending eliminates the need for purchasing a variety of expensive joints and fixtures, which are required with joint welding.
It’s a remarkable yet frustrating time, as many of us have great forecasts yet a manufacturing supply chain slow down on the raw materials needed to complete the jobs.
Axenics recommends using plastics for medical device manufacturing solutions as plastics are versatile, clean, sturdy and affordable. Learn more!
Gas boxes offer your team a centralized location for cylinders and regulators, as pipelines push gasses to output locations throughout your workstations.