Phil Fassnacht Click image to enlargePhilip Fassnacht is the new vice president of sales and marketing for M4 Sciences LLC, a manufacturer of drilling systems for CNC machining operations.

Formerly marketing director of sales for Hurco Companies, he has experience in sales, marketing, general management and product design. 

M4 Sciences designs, manufactures and sells a range of devices based on the company's patented modulation assisted machining (MAM) technology. The company says its TriboMAM system provides CNC machining operations with up to five times faster drilling while doubling tool life through its ability to control chip formation, improve cuttin fluid effectiveness, remove peck cycles and increase process stability and feed rates.

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