"Flow Turn" began as a department of Lodge & Shipley, a
large machine tool builder in Cincinnati, Ohio.
First photoreceptor developed for Haloid (now Xerox)
using metal forming and diamond turning processes.
Flow Turn incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of
Lodge and Shipley and relocated into a leased facility.
Lodge & Shipley builds first stand-alone building for
Flow Turn Division at 120 Progress Place, Cincinnati.
Changed the corporate name from Flow Turn to Floturn,
Floturn develops 40" (1.016 mm) long photoreceptor.
Lodge & Shipley's assets purchased by Belcan (large
engineering firm in Cincinnati).
Floturn employees purchase Floturn from Belcan and form
employee stock ownership plan (ESOP).
Floturn develops new lathe and boring equipment for small
laser printer drums.
• Centerless grinding process developed for mag rollers.
• State-of-the-art anodizing system installed at Progress Place.
• Constructed new 75,000-square-foot facility in Fairfield, Ohio.
• Floturn purchases Precision Systems and Imaging Rechargers and renames
company Printer Components, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary.
• Constructed new 45,000-square-foot facility in Victor, New York.
Floturn purchases Magnus Manufacturing in Shortsville,
New York and renames company Magnus Precision Manufacturing, Inc. a wholly
Constructed new 55,000-square-foot facility in Phelps, New York
August 25, 2005 Floturn, Inc. established a Wholly Owned
Foreign Enterprise, Floturn Photoreceptors (Kunshan) Co., Ltd. in Kunshan,
China. Production is scheduled for third quarter, 2007.
Floturn Photoreceptors (Kunshan) Co., Ltd. in Kunshan, China formally goes into production.
• Floturn purchases Advanced Interconnect, Mfg. (A.I.M.) a wire harness assembly manufacturer.
• Printer Components, Inc. (P.C.I.) was moved from Victor, N.Y. into a leased facility in Fairport, N.Y.
• Advanced Interconnect, Mfg. (A.I.M.) was moved from a leased facility in Rochester, N.Y. to Printer Components, Inc. (P.C.I.) 45,000-square-foot facility in Victor, N.Y.