EPSON SureColor F2260 wins iF Design Award

EPSON SureColor F2260 wins iF Design Award

 Epson’s SureColor F2260 Direct to Garment (DTG) printer has won an iF Design Award for 2024. The company has also confirmed that two scanners have been named in the 2024 design awards.

The SureColor F2260 Direct to Garment (DTG) printer prints directly onto t-shirts and other clothes. The compact design of these printers makes them easy to install, expand and transport. Epson has also changed the design of the operating unit to solve the issue of t-shirts being challenging to attach to the previous model. Productivity has also been improved, and the new model is making operating easier. Epson hopes that the product helps contribute to the digitalisation of the textile printing industry.

 The two scanner models named are DS-C380W and DS-C320W. These compact desktop scanners help save space. The U-turn paper feeding vertical layout, frontal operation, and flattened back achieve space-saving, contributing to an environment where the user can work comfortably and smoothly.

The award program is organised by iF International Forum Design GmbH, Hannover. The iF Design Award has been focused on innovative industrial product designs since 1954. Today, it is recognised worldwide as one of the most prestigious design awards, honouring only those designs that have cleared certain selection criteria.

 The criteria range from consideration of practicality and workmanship to innovativeness, sustainability, functionality, usability, safety, aesthetics and universal design.

 This year, there were 10,800 entries from 72 countries and regions, and a panel of 132 experts performed judging.

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