NASHUA, N.H., Oct. 18, 2013 — Resonetics, a leading supplier of polymer laser micromachining services and systems for the life sciences industry, announced that David Fogaren has been named Vice President, Operations.
Most recently, Dave was Vice President of Site Operations at Symmetricom, a leading designer and manufacturer of precision time-keeping technologies and instruments for the telecom, aerospace and military markets. His responsibilities there included overseeing five operating sites, leading the integration of two acquisitions, and championing a company-wide Lean Six Sigma program. Before Symmetricom, he was Director of Operations at Honeywell, having worked in several leadership positions at Data Instruments, which Honeywell acquired. Earlier in his career, he gained experience in medical devices at Smith & Nephew, where he worked in materials management and cost accounting. He also worked at Teradyne and Epsco, Inc.
“With Dave’s leadership experience in a variety of manufacturing companies, he offers a valuable set of skills that we’re excited to gain at Resonetics,” said Tom Burns, Resonetics CEO. “He brings a strong track record of scaling up operations and implementing Lean Six Sigma tools in advanced manufacturing environments. We’re very pleased to have him on the Resonetics team.”
Resonetics provides laser micromachining solutions for medical device and diagnostic manufacturing and other applications requiring precision laser processing. Resonetics’ expertise with polymers up to 1mm thick and with features as small as 2 microns is unmatched and offers the world’s largest capacity for laser micromachining polymers in ultra-violet wavelengths. With more than 26 years of experience and a dedicated development lab staffed with PhDs, optical scientists and automation experts, the company can address critical design requirements with a cost-effective and repeatable approach.