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Manley Labs Expands Engineering Department

Bork joins company after 20 years as design engineer at API; Honig's background includes work with Slate Digital and others.
Manley Labs president EveAnna Manley with the new members of the engineering team, Jeffrey Bork and Jesse Honig.

Manley Laboratories has expanded its engineering department with the addition of Jeffrey Bork as senior electromechanical design engineer and Jesse Honig as engineering project manager.

Bork joins the company after 20 years as a design engineer — including 13 years as director of engineering — at Automated Processes (API), followed by two years as an audio hardware design engineer at Avalon Design. Prior to that he served as chief of technical maintenance at Sunset Sound Recorders.

Manley Labs president EveAnna Manley states, “I’ve known Jeffrey since the 1990s and have always admired his accomplishments and work ethic, and am immensely excited and proud to welcome him to the Manley team.”

Bork will be working alongside long-time Manley design support engineer Humberto Rodriguez, who Manley refers to as “the keeper of the tribal knowledge, with a memory of the tiniest details from all Manley gear over the course of three decades with the company.”

New engineering project manager Jesse Honig’s background includes work at Slate Digital/Slate Media Technologies, The Village, and Largo, plus extensive experience in recording and technical systems design.

“His experience in manufacturing, project management, and audio engineering make Jesse an immensely valuable addition to our team. Like many of us at the company, he isn’t afraid to wear many hats and see a project from all angles,” says Manley. “We are lucky to have him on board.”

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