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Contract Manufacturing Services

With contract manufacturing, our customers enjoy a range of manufacturing services on one stage, saving them time and resources. Companies across many industries rely on us for single parts or complete systems.

Our Class 100 cleanroom ensures high-purity levels while entrusting us with testing, inspection, and certification processes that allow customers to reduce production costs and eliminate testing at their location.

Our contract manufacturing services, including manual and CNC tube bending, orbital welding and precision TIG welding, plastic tube welding, tube brazing, and more, cater to diverse industry needs. Trust us for precision component manufacturing and comprehensive engineering and design services.

Contract Manufacturing

Benefits of Contract Manufacturing Services

Here are just a few of the main advantages of working with a contract manufacturing partner:

Cost Savings:

Products generally can be obtained/manufactured at lower prices due to bulk ordering components and existing vendor relationships that a professional contract manufacturer might already have in place. The cost of having certain products manufactured by a third party versus in-house will likely be significantly lower due to the fact that the third party already has an established workforce in place. The cost of recruiting and training the necessary labor force to perform the manufacturing tasks might not be worth keeping the process in-house.

Effective Space Utilization:

Because products are manufactured offsite and delivered either as a whole or directly to the end user, a significant amount of facility space can be used for something other than storage. Some customers use their empty storage space to set up training for existing staff, while others use it for another manufacturing project that they otherwise wouldn’t have the space to complete.

Access to Equipment & Expertise:

You will have instant access to state-of-the-art equipment and expertise that has been developed over decades. While you could certainly spend the time and money to grow a team of experts and purchase the expensive equipment required to manufacture every product your business designs, outsourcing allows you to better utilize existing skills and equipment so you don’t have to.

Meet Market Demands:

Market demands are constantly shifting, and it can be difficult for businesses to efficiently operate within the ups and downs of the market. When product demand is high, a contract manufacturer can help a business to increase its production capacity to meet product demands, without having to invest in everything required to produce higher volumes. Conversely, when product demands decrease, the business won’t have invested in additional facility space or staff.

Discover the perks of a contract welding partnership, including:
• Increased in-house efficiency • Faster company growth • Added profitability

Industries that Benefit from Contract Manufacturing

Axenics provides contract manufacturing solutions for a variety of industries:

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Medical Device Manufacturing: By working with a contract manufacturing company with experience in medical device manufacturing, and particularly in working with plastics manufacturing, you can ensure that components are designed and produced with a high level of quality and often at higher volumes and lower costs. Some of the most common medical device contract manufacturing services include: specialty piping kits, precision and CNC tube bending, tube cutting, tube assemblies, stainless steel manifolds, TIG and orbital welding, specialized gas systems and more.
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Semiconductor Manufacturing: When working with a contract manufacturer to create components and build complex assemblies for the semiconductor manufacturing industry, the organization must be appropriately certified, such as with the latest ISO9001/2015 certification. Contract manufacturing services we commonly provide to the semiconductor industry include: weldments, gas and chemical delivery systems, tubing kits, tube bending, vacuum manifolds, turnkey assembly services and more.
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Life Sciences Manufacturing: When it comes to the life sciences manufacturing industry, some of the most common contract manufacturing services we provide include: tube bending, specialty tubing kits, specialty gas panels and boxes, tube cutting and electromechanical assemblies. A couple of specific examples of life sciences manufacturing applications includes anesthesia units for medical testing and gas systems for imaging systems, among others.

Choosing the Best Contract Manufacturing Organization

When reviewing quotes from contract manufacturing providers, take the following into consideration before making a final choice:

What’s Included?: Be sure to outline as specifically as possible what you want the company to do for you – beyond the manufacturing – so you can get a clear picture of the total cost. Otherwise, you might think the pricing is better than a competitor’s while the services aren’t comparable.

What’s Their Skill Level?: It’s important to verify the expertise of the technicians that will be doing the work for you. It’s also important to verify what certifications and processes the company has in place to ensure that the project is completed to specification and on-time. Ask for copies of any applicable certifications, and take a look at testimonials and information provided on their website.

Do They Offer Quality Testing?: This is a highly valuable service because it ensures that the quality of the components and/or assemblies produced matches industry standards, as well as any specific requirements your organization might have. If this service is included, it will be reflected in the price.

Is it a One-Time Project or Ongoing?: If you have a contract manufacturer that you use for ongoing work, the price estimate you receive for additional projects might be lower than if you were to price out a new provider for a one-time project. Contract manufacturers often negotiate volume discounts from material suppliers and will pass on some of that savings to you. If, however, they are being hired for a one-time gig, or one that requires uncommon materials, the estimate might be higher. It’s important to keep this in mind when shopping for a contract manufacturer.

Connect with a manufacturing specialist today to learn how we can meet your needs, whether it’s a single part or a complex system.
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