For some people, their passion truly does become their work, and that’s when the magic happens. And that’s just the case for Sam Turnbull, CEO of Flipscreen. Engineering and Innovation have been at the core of his passions for many years which ultimately lead to him creating the machine which won him the title of inventor of the year. An even greater fete though is when an award-winning invention keeps being improved upon, year on year. The Flipscreen is a screening bucket, which is nothing new, however, there is nothing conventional to be found when digging deep into the Flipscreens mechanics and comparing it to other screening buckets on the market. Full comparison list.
And when considering the incredible innovation and functionality, it’s no surprise with the moves the company is making. Such as their opportunity to create something unique for the Japanese market.
You see Flipscreen has entered into a licensing agreement with a Japanese manufacturer for the whole of the Japanese market.
In the short 5-year negotiation; yes, that’s right, five years. One part of the deal was a Flipscreen altered specifically for the Japanese market.
Presented with a brief on all the attributes needed for this purpose, along with a list of things that they did not want on their screening bucket. Sam once again had a reason to work on his passion and improve upon the Flipscreen… Enter the EX85 Project!
The list included;
Sam went about tackling each item as follows:
The most exciting part of this whole process for me is not just knowing that you have created something unique and the best in the world, but the response we get from our customers. How much they enjoy the strength and durability of their new purchase and how much they smile when you tell them ” don’t service it, just use it”.
EX85 DD Infographic