Axelent Engineering is a proud reseller of machines from several different partners and we also represent these brands in Scandinavia. One of the machine dealers we are agents for is Bihler, which is based in Germany. Bihler is a world-leading system supplier for stamping and forming, welding and assembly technology
At Axelent Engineering we believe it is important to have a social commitment and participation in local sports and cultural life. One of the activities we sponsor is the symphony orchestra in Gislaved. A symphony orchestra of this kind is unique in Sweden, which we are proud to sponsor.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a technology that allows physical objects to be connected to the internet and communicate with each other without human interaction. This means everything from household appliances to cars and production equipment can be connected to the network and send data in real time. IoT is one of the fastest growing technologies and is expected to have a huge impact on how we live and work in the future.
Axelent Engineering currently has five designers who design everything from special machines to the development of existing machines and tools.
ABB Robotics is one of Axelent Engineering's far-reaching partners and suppliers when it comes to industrial robots. We have met Nicklas Hallan, Partner Manager and Peter Wik, Sales Manager, from ABB Robotics together with Jesper Bundgaard and Karl Liljedahl from Axelent Engineering to look back at what we have done together but also look forward to what trends, visions and challenge we see in the future.
The Bihler GRM-NC machine that Axelent Engineering had the great pleasure of delivering to EWES in Bredaryd is a high-performance servo-controlled machine for stamped and formed parts, wire parts and progressive components in small and medium volumes.
BM Svets is a family-owned company in Gothenburg that sells bolt welding and resistance welding products through technical know-how. BM Svets has cooperated with Axelent and Axelent Engineering for 17 years and has during this time delivered Harms & Wende-welds in all production lines. The welding refers to resistance welding of wire to square profiles, the short side of the profile versus the long side and crosshairs. The technology used is both AC and MFDC.
In our manufacturing department you will find both 5-axis milling machines and lathes. All to meet customer needs and wishes. Steel, copper or plastic? We work with a variety of materials.
Axelent Engineering has extensive experience in manufacturing industrial components and developing prototypes. Since we are primarily machine builders, our knowledge about manufacturing details and prototypes is well anchored in practical experience.
For over 40 years, Axelent Engineering has been a reliable partner for smart solutions in machinery and automation. A complete supplier, from design and manufacturing to installation and follow-up.
We at Axelent Engineering believe it is important to have a social commitment and involvement in the local community in which we operate. This is not least reflected in our sponsorship of sports and cultural activities.
Get to know or new machine salesperson, Jens Vesterlund, who will sell standard machinery. Welcome to team Axelent Engineering!
"We have fantastic projects, where we get to help companies into the future that is increasingly required today. This means that the projects are different with constantly new challenges and very exciting to be part of the journey that many companies make. It is extra fun to do these projects here at Axelent with the community and drive that we have"
We at Axelent Engineering offer development of prototypes. It can be prototypes to test and get a feel for new or developed products, but it can also be broken parts from a machine where the customer lacks 3D data. In these cases, we have skilled designers in-house who can draw up a new model.
Axelent Engineering has delivered an FTX13 wire bending machine from Numalliance to Delex in Forsheda in 2022.
På Axelent Engineerings tillverkningsavdelning arbetar idag totalt tio personer på plats i Gislaved. Vi tillverkar allt från projektbitar till tillverkning för egna projekt men också för extern tillverkning åt företag som inte har egen tillverkning, till produktion av reservdelar med mera.
"If you want to develop, it's a very good environment to be in considering all the technology we get to work with. It's also a good and stable organization, there are many who have worked here for a long time and I think that says a lot."
We are happy and proud to be a dealer of machines from several partners and represent these brands in Scandinavia. We offer support in machine sales and sales for a number of different types of machines from these partners. One of these machine dealers that we are agents for is Nummalliance, which is based in France.
In cooperation with KUKA, Axelent Engineering offers a so-called KMP 1500 (KUKA Mobile Platform). This is a driverless transport vehicle that moves autonomously and flexibly with a free movement pattern. In combination with the latest KUKA Sunrise controller, it represents a modular, versatile and above all mobile manufacturing concept for the industry of the future.
Axelent Engineering is your full-service supplier from design and manufacturing to installation and follow-up. Do you have an overall project you want help with or want to discuss plans or ideas concerning automation, machines, manufacturing or service agreements? Do not hesitate to contact us at Axelent Engineering. We value getting to know you as a customer and the needs you have.
Axelent Engineering has been a system partner to KUKA since 2020, but historically has an even longer partnership with what was previously HSM (Hillerstorps Specialmaskiner), which is now part of Axelent Engineering.
It is busy at Axelent Engineering's service department, which today consists of a total of five people (four mechanics and one programmer) who are mostly out on various assignments with customers during their working days. Mattias Melkersson, service manager at Axelent Engineering, sees that the department will have to grow in the future, as the demand for their services is high.
At Axelent Engineering, we have a wide range of exciting professional roles under one roof. We are especially happy when people who have worked with us before choose to return to us. After the summer of 2022, Christoffer Törnberg (automation engineer), Emil Axelsson (designer) and Rickard Virtanen (CNC operator) came back to Axelent Engineering, which we are very happy about. Welcome back!
In October, Axelent Engineering carried out a machine relocation for Axelent AB in Hillerstorp. The machine line X-Line 3 was to be moved to another area in the production. In a machine relocation project, Axelent Engineering is involved in the entire journey from planning and execution until the machine is back in production. This machine move took about one week to implement from the start of the work until it was put back into production.
What I find most inspiring about my job is that there are always new exciting projects going on and no two days are the same. Colleagues here care about each other and that makes us a great team.
"I would describe Axelent Engineering as a modern technology company that has high ceilings and is constantly at the forefront and strives to be the best. I really like it here"
Axelent Engineering is sponsoring the young racing talent Eddie Ramirez Eriksson, who at the age of 15 has won most of what can be won. Yesterday Eddie participated in a sponsor race, where among others Johan Olsson, automation engineer from Axelent Engineering was competing in gocart. In connection with this, we took the opportunity to do a small interview with the promising talent.
Enter Gislaved has visited Axelent Engineering and interviewed CEO Jesper Bundgaard to talk about the business, the move to the new premises and how they see the future.
"The most inspiring thing is that you get to try different things all the time. The weeks are never the same, and the tasks are very varied. It's also a job where you get to be self-driven, which I like. I would also say that you learn something new every week, if not every day"
This fall we have the pleasure of delivering a GRM-NC machine from Otto Bihler Maschinenfabrik to EWES AB. This servo-controlled machine can produce stamped parts, formed parts, wire parts and components with significantly faster productivity and flexibility than traditional mechanical machines.
For over 40 years, Axelent Engineering has been a reliable partner for smart solutions in machinery and automation. A complete supplier, from design and manufacturing to installation and follow-up. With speed, competence and commitment, we deliver high-quality products that increase the productivity and profitability of our customers.
Axelent Engineering finished the first half of the year strong, where several projects were closed. We have also been fortunate during the summer and filled up with several large orders, and now all departments are at full capacity.
"I really enjoy working at Axelent Engineering. The job tasks are varied and inspiring, I have good colleagues and there is good leadership/guidance. I believe that a bright and exciting future awaits Axelent Engineering"
What does it really mean to be a mechanical engineer at Axelent Engineering? Get to know Emil Andersson and his exciting role, and how his journey there has looked.
Axelent Engineering is one of several partners in the project, where each of the participants is responsible for different parts of the overall process. A close collaboration between the participants, with clear frameworks and a shared goal, has made the project start to take shape.
Get to know Isac Ericson, CNC-software developer at Axelent Engineering
A number of high standards must be met to become a Superbusiness. It involves increasing both turnover and profit while demonstrating stability and long-term vision in the business. The criteria must be met for at least four years in a row to be included on the list.