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David J. Butler 50 Colleen Street Danielson, Connecticut 06239 (860) 774-5977 Email: dbfd76ba@westpost.

net EXPERIENCE Dec. 2000 to Present Qioptiq LINOS, Inc. formerly LINOS Photonics, Inc. 78 Schuyler Baldwin Drive Fairport, NY 14450 459 Fortune Boulevard Milford, MA 01757 Technical Sales Manager Responsibilities * Business Unit Manager responsible market segments Semiconductor Metrology and Laser OEM's * Account management for 5 major OEM customers representing 42% of US sales. * Project management for new business of complicated optical sub-systems. Liais on between customer development teams and our engineers in our factories in G ermany. * Handled University and Government Labs with sales for electro-optics and high stability lasers at various periods during my 10 year career at LINOS. Accomplishments * Increased order intake by 10% from FY 2008 to FY 2009. * Maintained EBITDA for FY 2009 in lieu of a volatile exchange rate. Polaroid Corporation 1 Upland Road Norwood, MA 02062 Jan. 1997 to Dec. 2000 New Business / Products Manager Responsibilities: * Key support interface with New Ventures and New Products Groups within Polaroi d to develop business agreements and partnership ventures with other companies. * Project management with Polaroid design groups for integration of new optical products into manufacturing. * Technical and business contribution for activities that leveraged multiple tec hnologies within Polaroid for major corporate initiatives. Provided the legal de partment with business and logistic information, intellectual property provision s and technical content for execution of contracts. Accomplishments: * Successfully launched three major camera programs with respect optical compone nt content. * Led effort that increased the manufacturing's capability and perception within the corporation. July, 1992 -Dec., 1996 Manager, Commercial Optics Responsibilities: * Principle contact for Commercial Optics' customers with respect to sales, quot ation, delivery and technical inquiries. * Project management responsibilities for commercial optics contracts. * Responsible for integration of Commercial Optics business into ongoing manufac turing. * Development and execution of annual business plans for OEM sales. Accomplishments * Developed and executed new business with external customers totaling $1.5MM pe r year. Integral Film Division Sept., 1991 - July, 1992 Senior Engineer Responsibilities: * Interface and coordinate with Systems Quality and Reliability, Film Imaging Re search, Product Performance Lab, Reagent, Negative and Sheet Manufacturing for p roduct optimization.

* Utilized statistical methods and designed experiments to optimize product desi gn. Accomplishments * Successfully introduced new film chemistry for 600 and 7000 formats into manuf acturing on time and within budget for the U.S. film assembly plant. David J. Butler

Optics Manufacturing (Polaroid Corporation) Feb., 1987 - Sept., 1991 Advanced Engineer / Senior Engineer Responsibilities: * New product development: design enhancement, tooling development and process establishment with the use of CIMP mold flow analysis and material development. * Project Management, Quality Plan Development and Product and Process Optimizat ion relating to the development and manufacture of precision optical components. * Supervised 35 people in a high volume manufacturing environment. Accomplishments: * Successfully launched into manufacturing optical components for two major came ra programs. * Implemented numerous initiatives to improve factory yields by material substit ution or by process / tooling improvements saving hundreds of thousands of dolla rs per year. * Led project which improved our manufacturing precision by two-fold. Klockner Ferromatik Desma, Inc. Old Powder Mill Road, West Concord, MA 01742 July, 1985 - Dec., 1986 Technical Coordinator Responsibilities: * Technical service, sales and market development for the manufacture of injecti on molding systems for the rubber and plastics industries. Responsible for custo mer trials and turnkey projects. * Manager responsible for Project Engineers and Technicians. Development, costi ng and quotation to key accounts. Accomplishments: * Successfully rescued three turnkey projects to collect remaining outstanding b alances. * Successfully managed remedial actions to clean up hazardous waste issue prior to plant closure. Qualitex, Inc. Industrial Lane, Johnston, RI 02919 April, 1984 - June, 1985 Laboratory Manager Responsibilities: * Manager of Physical/Chemical Laboratory and technicians. * Process Engineering and Quality Assurance in the manufacture of latex thread. Lydall, Inc. Jacobs Rubber Company Lake Road, Dayville, CT 06142 May, 1979 - Oct., 1984 Chemist / Chief Chemist Responsibilities: * Manager of Physical Testing Lab and Technicians. * Development and optimization of elastomeric compounds for A.S.T.M., S.A.E., MI L and customer supplied specifications. * Process Engineering of production processes which included mixing, pre-forming , molding and rubber to metal bonding. EDUCATION: University of Lowell Lowell, MA August, 1986 Master of Science, Plastics Engineering

Fitchburg State College Fitchburg, MA June, 1979 Bachelor of Science, Chemistry REFERENCES: Available upon request.