• Personalized Attention

A Collaborative Approach

At Chad Automation we take the time to understand your requirements and desires. Our team provides personalized attention to engineer a solution that best fits those needs. From initial contact, and throughout the project, our dedicated team responds quickly to address questions and adapt to evolving project requirements. Each of our projects are carefully managed, from the initial design consultation all the way through to installation, to make sure that our equipment will meet your delivery, yield, and reliability requirements.

Chad’s engineers, designers, project managers, and production team work side-by-side in our Anaheim, California headquarters to create the durable, highly precise machines you need to build your products. Chad’s collaborative approach to development mean you’re getting production thinking designed-in from the beginning.

Cross-functional Teams

Each project has a designated team that consists of a Project Manager, Engineering Lead, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, and Software Engineer.

The team works closely with you throughout the project phases. This provides engineering support from the engineering phase through testing and eventually sign-off of the project. The team structure is ideal for customers that have an NPI project, providing support when design is continuously evolving until it is introduced into the market.

At Chad, mechanical engineers, software, controls, and design engineers, all share space along with your Jabil Chad Project Manager and production manufacturing. Physical proximity means your team ideates and collaborates on your project in-person, with all the required resources for a successful project.

Daily standups, as well as weekly meetings and design reviews, frequently include passionate idea sessions that result in groundbreaking solutions.

These engineers practice continuous education and cross-training, preventing any skill-set gaps and gathering new ideas to put into action. Their efforts haven’t gone unrecognized, with six patents issued to Chad engineers.