The Future of Advanced Materials Technology

May 04, 2021 |

What technological innovations have most shaped today's market and what anticipated technologies will shape tomorrow's industry?

CMS North America and Diversified Machine Systems invite you to sit down with their industry experts alongside Chief Operating Officer of CMS Mike Crosby and Founder of DMS Patrick Bollar to discuss what anticipated technologies will shape the future of the advanced materials industry.

Agenda:

  • What technological innovations have most shaped today's market and what anticipated technologies will shape tomorrow's industry?
  • What technological advancements are anticipated to be the key in setting the new standard of excellence for CNC machines?

Presenter 1:

Patrick Bollar

Founder, Diversified Machine Systems

Patrick Bollar, founder of Diversified Machine Systems, has 34 years of experience within the manufacturing industry as an innovative machine designer and builder. Bollar got an early start in manufacturing in his family's CNC business in Torrance, CA in 1981. With his passion for creating advanced original machining, Patrick started his own shop—making primarily machinery for the surfboard industry—that later evolved into Diversified Machine Systems (DMS) that supports a variety of industries—with 70% of the business supporting aerospace companies. With a desire to raise his family in Colorado, he relocated the business that has since expanded from the Executive Circle location to the new, larger headquarters at 1068 Elkton Drive.

Presenter 2:

Mike Crosby

Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Sales

Mike Crosby, chief operating officer and director of sales for CMS North America, joined CMS in 1991. He started with CMS as a salesman for woodworking and furniture manufacturing before transitioning into his primary division of advanced materials, focused on the aerospace industry. Mike's pinnacle sales role within CMS helped the division expand from aerospace into automotive and other composites industries, partnering directly with leading companies such as: Boeing, Lockheed Martin, SpaceX, General Atomics, Northrup Grumman, Tesla, Hyundai and more. As CMS became synonymous with best in industry for world-class machining centers for the composites, aluminum, plastics and light steel arena, it was acquired by SCM group and Mike transitioned into his role as divisional manager for advanced materials, plastics and metals until 2020 when his sales director position expanded to include chief operating officer for CMS North America.