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Epson claims it has made colour management for professional printers easier and more reliable than ever, with the launch of its new Auto Table for the SD-10 spectrophotometer.

Colour management for sign and display: Epson SD-10 Spectrophotometer
Colour management for sign and display: Epson SD-10 Spectrophotometer

Epson says its new Auto Table for the SD-10 Spectrophotometer addresses and rebuffs the common perception that colour management is time consuming, and requires high technical knowledge and skills.

According to Epson, the SD-10 is an easy-to-use, full-featured colour measuring device, that when seamlessly combined with the new Auto Table and Epson Edge Color Lite colour management software (compatible with Epson’s rip software, Epson Edge Print Pro) offers a “genuine” colour management solution that addresses most colour management requirements and maximises print output quality.

This new solution enables users to create an ICC profile by measuring only 379 patches (1 x A3 sheet), and quick verification by measuring the chart with just 80 patches.

Epson says the new Auto Table also helps solve colour matching problems in a wide range of print and design-related work, such as those commonly found in the sign and display and textile industries.

Epson says that by using the new Auto Table with Epson Edge Color Lite and the SD-10 spectrometer, users can create media profiles “easily and quickly” and “without any technical knowledge or skills”. They can also verify and unify output colour among multiple Epson printers, and calibrate and maintain stable output colour for long periods on the same printer.

For enhanced usability, the new Auto Table supports colour chart media sizes up to 331mm high, 13mm thick and virtually any length. The new Auto Table detects media position and thickness automatically through the optical sensors, with auto measurement taking five minutes for an A3 colour chart. 

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Auto Table: automatic media position detection
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