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Daniel Riveros
MICROMO Engineering

Isaac Isaac Diggs
Engineering Manager

John Folsom
MICROMO Engineering

Daniel Riveros works on new and existing designs across a variety of market applications within the MICROMO Engineering team.

Currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Engineering, Daniel holds both a Mechanical Engineering and an Aerospace Engineering Degree from the University of Florida. Prior to his career at MICROMO, he worked at Agilis Engineering. Agilis designs and analyzes jet engines.

Daniel and his wife, Ashley, reside in the Tampa Bay area. Outside of engineering topics, Daniel’s hobbies include University of Florida sports, playing basketball and mixed martial arts training.

Isaac Diggs manages MICROMO’s engineering team in Clearwater, FL. Isaac leads design, testing and program management across a wide range of medical, defense, robotic and other application solutions for North American customers. Isaac also works closely with the FAULHABER Group R & D team for global engineering collaboration efforts.

Isaac holds a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati and has certifications in Six Sigma Blackbelt and Shainin Red X Journeyman. In addition, Isaac has held leadership roles in engineering with DRS Technologies, Globe Motors and Chrysler Corporation.

Isaac resides in the Tampa Bay area, and he enjoys carpentry and fishing in his free time.

John Folsom has been with MICROMO for 24 years. He is responsible for Electronics Design, Applications Support and Product Analysis. In his long career at MICROMO he has participated in several projects involving Medical, Military and Commercial applications.

John is a 1991 B.S. graduate of Tampa Technical Institute. John previously worked for 7 years as a technician in the R&D Lab at Dimango Products before coming to MICROMO in 1990. As a MICROMO employee, he has held positions from the Production Floor to Engineering R&D.

A former Michigan resident, he came to the Tampa Bay region in 1990 and has lived in the area ever since. His hobbies include guitar playing and working out.