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Buying on price is almost always a big mistake.
David Roisum, Ph.D explains why.
The difference is in our people
Founded in 1954 as a manufacturer of equipment for the textile industry, Chase Machine & Engineering has expanded our capabilities today to include complete machine and manufacturing system design.
Owned and operated by Maria Gil and a team of bright, talented employees, our expertise is in continuous web applications, with over 40 years of experience in this field. Maria's late husband, George Gil, started his career at Chase Machine when he was 16 years old as a repair technician, purchased shares in the company 8 years later and with his wife, became the sole owners in 1984.
Please take a moment to learn about George's vibrant life and the impact he had on so many people in this memorial book.
George's hands-on approach and commitment to excellence made Chase the leader in customized machine design and development and will remain his company's legacy. Today, Chase has a staff of 24 engineers, designers, manufacturing and support personnel.
Chase partners with leading manufacturing companies to produce application-specific equipment, constantly seeking to help our customers improve their products and processes.
At Chase, our top priority is to manufacture quality equipment while providing excellent customer service and design – all at a fair price with on-time delivery. We place a high priority on customer and product confidentiality, and our policy, "Quality within is quality throughout," along with the commitment of bright, talented employees, assures that we will meet our customers' expectations.Our engineers use a state-of-the-art CAD system for designing everything from small manufactured components to complete exploded assemblies. Whether it’s making lab units for membrane coating and drying, developing complete production lines for hollow fibers used in blood filtration, or creating process lines for ultrasonic seaming and slitting of woven fibers, the Chase Machine & Engineering team is excited to work with you on your next project.