Epson wins two Red Dot Design Awards in product design category

Epson’s compact, accurate and affordable SD-10 spectrophotometer and its SureLab D1000 series commercial photo printer have both won Red Dot Design Awards in the product design category.

Epson says the pocket-sized and portable SD-10 can be used to measure colour and perform colour matching, a conventionally time-consuming process. It can also be used stand-alone or with a smart device for added functionality. It is also equipped with a MEMS Fabry-Perot tuneable filter developed by Epson.

The other Epson Red Dot Award winner was the SureLab D1000 series (sold as the SL-D1060 in Australia and New Zealand) commercial photo printer.

The SureLab D1060 compact and flexible commercial photo printer

Epson says these printers are loaded with features to suit the needs of professional photographers and photo printing service providers. The compact size takes up minimal counter space and suits installation in cabinets and on shelving.

With flexible media handling and an optional duplex feeder, users can produce a wide range of photo prints and photo merchandise including photo books. Durability has been significantly increased over its predecessor for enhanced ROI while ink packs have replaced traditional cartridges for superior productivity with less waste.

For more information go to the Red Dot Awards official website:

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