Most studies of ISRU focus on propellants, life support supplies, concrete, or other "bulk" materials (liquids, gases, granules). This makes sense, given that the majority of a typical rocket is propellant by mass.
There have also been studies of space mining and manufacturing for purposes such as colonization, mass mining or the building of megastructures, but these tend to be highly speculative and focus on immense space infrastructure.
But some manufactured goods seem potentially worth producing from ISRU materials: Tankage (to use for rockets, and to ship ISRU propellants in) and pipe (to pipe resources overland on planets).
Are there any compact, "near-term" (this probably means "no more than a few heavy lift launches") studies on this kind of ISRU for manufactured goods?