The STP Futura presetter line was awarded the 2014 Red Dot International Award for Design Quality.
Speroni and Big Kaiser announce that the Speroni STP Futura line of tool presetters has won the 2014 Red Dot International Award for Design Quality. Nearly 5,000 entries from 53 countries were evaluated and judged by international design experts. Only the entries meeting this panel’s rigorous standards were awarded.
The Futura line is designed for ergonomics, ease of use and precision, with a modular design and vast number of available configurations to meet a range of measuring needs. It is also guaranteed to be fully upgrade-ready to grow with the customer’s future needs.
“As a manufacturer, it is our constant aim to push the boundaries of tool presetting and measurement,” says Andrea Speroni, CEO/COO, Speroni S.p.A. “Ergonomics is a discipline that, unfortunately, is sometimes used more as a marketing slogan. But the challenges we faced in this department encompassed aspects such as safety, ease of use and design. The new STP Futura…allows each operator to fully customize his or her working position.”
All models can achieve repeatable precision of 1 micron (0.000039") or better. The device is constructed with Pearlitic class 40 cast iron, providing added precision and consistency to measurements and increased system stability and durability.
For more information about Speroni’s line of presetters, read “Turning Heads with Presetters,” which investigates solutions to the unique presetting challenges that turning operations present.
About the Red Dot Award
With the Red Dot Design Award, the Design Center Nordrhein Westfalen created an internationally renowned product competition. Its prize, the Red Dot, has established itself worldwide as a highly sought-after, quality mark for excellent design. The Design Center Nordrhein Westfalen displays award-winning products in the Red Dot Design Museum Essen for at least one year. In order to appraise the diversity in the field of design in a professional manner, there are three disciplines of the Red Dot Award: Product Design, Communication Design and Design Concept.comments powered by Disqus