Jet Press 750S wins coveted Red Dot Design and iF Design awards

Jet Press 750S LIVE! showcase event in Brussels 9–10 April

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Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S.

Built for usability, functionality and performance, Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S has collected two prestigious European design awards.

Fujifilm’s Jet Press 750S has been recognized for its innovative design, collecting both the 2019 Red Dot and iF Design awards. The awards are two of the world’s three most prestigious design awards, alongside the American International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA), recognized internationally as a sought-after seal of approval for quality design.

The Jet Press 750S, new in 2018, features a striking and sleek, black and silver paneled body designed for easier cleaning and maintenance. It is more compact in size than the 720S model, in order to maximize usability and streamline production workflow processes. Controls can be viewed remotely from a tablet or smartphone, contributing to the aesthetic appeal and functionality of the machine.

Mark Stephenson, product manager, Fujifilm Graphic Systems Europe said, “We are delighted for the Jet Press 750S to have won these awards, as they are a recognition of our dedication to continuous development in design and innovation. We have created a visually striking machine with every aspect tailored to enhance and improve the user experience, the functionality and the value of the product. We are proud of what we have created in the Jet Press 750S, and delighted it has been recognised with these two awards.”

The Jet Press 750S was one of 24 Fujifilm products across its many divisions that won a Red Dot Design award this year – Fujifilm’s highest record to date. Another 19 Fujifilm products across various divisions also received iF Design awards in 2019.

The Jet Press 750S LIVE! Showcase event will feature live demonstrations at Fujifilm’s Advanced Print Technology Centre in Brussels on 9-10 April. For more information, visit www.jetpresslive.com

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