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Tube Bending and Welding Services Making Semiconductor Manufacturing Operations More Efficient

People around the world love their technology devices. In 2017, it’s forecasted that 4.77 billion people globally will use mobile phones; we are expected to reach 5 billion people by 2019. And, considering other computing devices, eight in ten Americans owned a laptop or desktop computer in 2016.Read more

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Manufacturing Companies Facing Skills Shortage

According to Trading Economics, the US unemployment rate dropped to a 16-year low in May 2017. “The US unemployment rate fell to 4.3 percent in May 2017 from 4.4 percent in the previous month and below market expectations of 4.4 percent.” This was the lowest jobless rate since May 2001. This means that most ofRead more

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April is National Welding Month

What is National Welding Month? National Welding Month was created to bring attention to the importance of welding and how it affects our daily life. Welders help to manufacture many of the key components that make up the essence of almost every industry. From shipyards, to automotive plants, to construction sites, and beyond, there areRead more

Contract Manufacturing vs. Component Manufacturing: What’s the Difference?

Although you have likely heard the terms contract manufacturing and component manufacturing before, many businesses do not completely understand the differences between the two. Although component manufacturing can often be included in contract manufacturing services, the terms should not be used interchangeably. Axenics offers both contract and component manufacturing services, and this post will explainRead more

Tensile Strength and its Implication on Quality Control

Stainless Steel tubing is used in a wide variety of industries, including: Semiconductor, Medical, Life Sciences and Aerospace. While heavily-regulated industries like BioTech and Aerospace have stringent regulations and inspections, the Semiconductor industry has few systems in place to account for quality control.Read more