Epson continues to receive recognition for its work. Recently, the prestigious International Forum (iF) Design Award has honored the company for innovation, the design and quality of its products. Epson has been awarded for its SD-10 spectrophotometerits digital textile printer Monna Lisa ML-64000, its EH-LS11000W and EH-LS12000B home projectors, and its ELPWP10 and ELPWP20 presentation systems.
Founded in 1953 and organized by the iF Industry Forum Design GmbH in Hannover, Germany, these international awards recognize particularly innovative industrial product designs. The selection criteria range from the consideration of the practicality of the product, to sustainability, differentiation, ease of use, safety or efficiency in its production process. This year, a jury made up of 132 design experts from around the world has reviewed nearly 11,000 entries from 57 countries and regions.
A design at the service of the most innovative technology
One of the awarded solutions in this edition of the awards has been the SD-10 Spectrophotometer, a very precise, compact and affordable spectrophotometer, equipped with a tunable MEMS Fabry-Perot filter developed by Epson. This product can be used for digitize color schemea time-consuming part of printing that is done manually.
The SD-10 is designed to pair it with a smartphone or a cloud server to, in this way, centrally manage color information and facilitate the printing process. In addition, thanks to its pocket and portable size, it allows you to measure colors anytime, anywhere.
Its simple form dispenses with unnecessary elements to maximize its portability and operability. In this sense, great attention has been paid to the finishing of the details, and the color and texture used help to confer an aura of quality and durability.