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May 05, 2015 5:03 PM ET

Machinery

Company Overview of Kingsbury Corporation

Company Overview

Kingsbury Corporation offers complete engineering, machining and final machine assembly capabilities for assembly, machining, and web based manufacturing. It designs and manufactures special purpose assembly and test systems; custom rotary dial, inline transfer, and SPM machines; flexible machining centers; and web based (roll to roll) machines. The company’s services include custom service plans, training, maintenance programs, reliability and maintainability study, machine refurbishment and machine overhaul, machine conversions and machine retooling, installation, technical support, spare parts programs, and documentation. Its products are used in foot mounted spindles; rigid, heavy duty, ...

50 High Tech Drive

Rush, NY 14543

United States

Founded in 1890

Phone:

585-321-2300

Fax:

585-321-2700

Key Executives for Kingsbury Corporation

Chief Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Kingsbury Corporation Key Developments

Eastman Kodak Company and Kingsbury Corporation Enter into Agreement to Produce Next-Generation Touch Screen Sensors

Eastman Kodak Company and Kingsbury Corporation have entered into an agreement to produce next-generation touch screen sensors to support the touch sensor module market that is predicted to grow to $32 billion by 2018. Under the agreement, Kingsbury will open a new manufacturing facility in Bldg. 318 at Eastman Business Park in Rochester later this year to produce touch screen sensors utilizing Kodak's silver halide technologies. Kingsbury will also work with customers who wish to integrate this technology into their own manufacturing facilities to produce sensors. Kodak will supply chemicals, substrates and technical support, and assist Kingsbury with the marketing and selling of the sensors. Touch sensors manufactured by Kingsbury will be based on a roll-to-roll manufacturing process. Compared to the traditional film-based Indium Tin Oxide touch sensor solutions, the advantages of this new process include lower production costs due to fewer manufacturing steps and lower resistance for improved touch response. The attributes of these sensors address the requirements for multiple form factors and compatibility with flexible applications.

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