It's Time for a Change in your Screen Room

Are you ready to change how you make screens and get perfect film positives every time with dense black image areas and halftone dots? Are you tired of burning screens from vellum? Are ready to start to print halftone dots and better quality work? The answer is to move up to an inexpensive inkjet printer and T-RIP for your film output.

Great for Small and Large Shops

Whether you are a small shop with no more than 13" x 19" inch film needs or a large production shop with a 44" printer outputting a lot of films every day – we have a RIP for you.

Scott Fresener's T-RIP is based on the same technology and programming that was developed at U.S. Screen Print & Inkjet Technology with the very popular FastRIP. We also offer upgrades from FastRIP to T-RIP.

What is T-RIP?

T-RIP is a software RIP (raster image processor) designed to make an inexpensive inkjet printer create very accurate and dense film positives very similar to much more expensive imagesetters. And, it works with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw.

T-RIP is ONLY a Windows based program but we have users having good luck using standard Windows emulation programs on a Mac. If you are a Mac user, simply download the Trial version and run it on an Intel based Mac using one of the standard Windows emulation programs. Email for more details.

Without a RIP an inkjet printer will not print halftone dots and will not lay down enough ink for a solid/dense film positive for screen burning. This is especially important when trying to burn small halftone dots.

You have Total Control with T-RIP

T-RIP gives complete control over the halftone frequency/line count, dot angle, dot shape, and more. T-RIP includes registration targets, film labels, and has settings for a variety of output resolutions and ink deposits. If you want DENSE black films with great looking halftone dots, this is it.  


Two Versions of T-RIP 2.0

There are two different versions of T-RIP. The version you need is based on the printer you are using. The basic model is the DTP version which is for most smaller format printers.  No Dongle Required!

T-RIP 2.0 is compatible with the new Windows 10. T-RIP 1.0 and 1.2 are not. You can upgrade from FastRIP, T-RIP 1.0 or 1.2 to T-RIP 2.0 HERE.

T-RIP 2.0 DTP Full Version

Now $495

Upgrade from FastRIP or from T-RIP 1.0/1.2 for only $295

Printers supported:

Epson 1400, 1410, 1900, 3800, 3880, 4400, 4450, 4800, 4880, 4900, Artisan 1430, D120, SP-1400, SP-1410, SP-1500W, SP-2200, SP-2880, R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, R3000, SC-1520, SC-3000, SC-P400, SC-P600, SC-P800, Stylus 1100, Stylus Pro 4000, WF-7015, WF-70xx, WF-75xx

T-RIP 2.0 XL Full Version

Now $1,195

Upgrade from FastRIP XL or from T-RIP 1.0/1.2 DTP or T-RIP 2.0 DTP for only $850

Printers supported:

Epson 1400, 1410, 1900, 3800, 3880, 4400, 4450, 4800, 4880, 4900, 7400, 7450, 7700, 7800, 7880, 7890, 7900, 9400, 9450, 9700, 9800, 9880, 9890, 9900, 10000,10600,11880, Artisan 1430, D120, SP-1400, SP-1410, SP-1500W, SP-2200, SP-2880, R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, R3000, SC-B60xx, SC-P6000, SC-1520, SC-3000, SC-P400, SC-P600, SC-P800, SC-P7000, SC-P8000, SC-P9000, SC-T3000, SC-T3000, SC-T3200, SC-T3270, SC-T5000, SC-T5200, SC-T5200D, SC-T5270, SC-T7000, SC-T7200D, SC-T7270, Stylus 1100, Stylus Pro 4000, Stylus Pro 7600, Stylus Pro 9600, WF-7015, WF-70xx, WF-75xx

**Notes on Epson Workforce: These are lower priced Epson printers that work well but unlike the 1400/1430 series they do not have dye based ink (darker on film). And, not every supplier carries third party ink, cartridges or bulk ink systems for these printers. They do NOT support "all black" printing. The reason for the "xx" in the model number is Epson uses different model numbers in different countries – for the same printer. 



What is Today's Most Popular Inkjet Printer?

The popular inkjet printer for screen printers is the Epson 1430. These printers print 13" x 19" films and have become the new standard for output devices. The are available online and from many Epson retail dealers like Staples and Office Max for around $300.

If you need wider film output then you can look at the Epson 3880 or 4900 (much more money). T-RIP works with them all!

With T-RIP and an Epson 1430 inkjet printer ($300!)  you can have a high quality film output system for around $800! AND, this version does not require a dongle!**

Order T-RIP at T-Biz Store

A Word About Newer Epson Printer/Software Bundles

It has come to our attention that Epson is now promoting a "bundle" of their newer printers with Accurip Software and saying that you MUST have Accurip in order to print films on these printers. That is NOT true and Epson should be ashamed. Even Accurip promotes this mis-information. T-RIP works great with all the printers listed on the left of this page. You can simply buy the printer without the software bundle.

T-RIP Works with most models of Epson Inkjet Printers


** IMPORTANT SECURITY INFORMATION: T-RIP is a SINGLE USER program only. This means it can only be installed on one computer. During the installation your computer's "machine number" is sent to our server and the unlocking PIN you receive is based on that. You can't easily move T-RIP around from computer to computer. If you have to do a re-install on the same computer that is no problem. If you want to move T-RIP to a different computer you need to notify us so we can deactivate the current installation and authorize a new installation. If you prefer to have a dongle security key in order to easily move T-RIP from computer to computer then there is an additional fee. Contact for details.