Price varies by the number of layers, material choice, channel size, feature density, and other factors. There is no general pricing, as manifold costs are design-dependent.
Due to the plastic bonding process, a bonded manifold is more expense than an “identical” drill manifold. However, the bonding process allows for geometries that would be difficult, if not impossible, in a drilled manifold. Tighter packing, reduction of manifold count and associated tubing, and component integration make bonded manifold economics attractive! From a total-system-design viewpoint, the cost of ownership is competitive.
THE RIGHT MANIFOLD FOR YOUR PROJECT
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