Upgrade FastRIP or T-RIP 1.0/1.2/2.0 to Filmmaker 10
On October 28, 2020 we phased out T-RIP as a branded version of CadLINKs Filmmaker 10 and we are now simply selling Filmmaker 10. Support will still be available for all T-RIP owners. Users of FastRIP and T-RIP can upgrade to Filmmaker here (when necessary for newer printer drivers).
Before you download the free trial or purchase Filmmaker 10 make sure we support your printer model.
To learn more about this change and to see supported printers and details on Filmmaker 10 click HERE.
This is a Download product. You can download a 15-Day Free Trial HERE. Once you are happy with the Free Trial simply order and pay here. We send out a PIN number to unlock the Free Trial on one computer within 24 hours. Filmmaker 10 DTP is for printers printing up to 17" wide. Filmmaker 10 XL is for printer models that print over 17".
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I originally had Fast Rip years ago and was time to upgrade.Like Fast Rip ,T Rip outputs the denses film positves with more options than before.Does not disappoint.
I've been using this T-Rip for years when my computer crashed I lost most of the data I didn't save. T-Biz network helped me get back up and running. and when Widows decided I needed to be upgraded to Windows 10 without my approval. again T-Biz came to my rescue. if you are not using T-RIP for your separations you are wasting a lot of valuable time. You just type in what you want it to do and T-RIP does the rest. I Love this product.
I upgraded from FastRip because I upgraded my computer to a Windows 10. T-RIP performs very much like FastRip with few differences. I do like the fact my preview is no longer "short and fat". It seems the ink opacity has improved. Not sure what the default setting is but it does give the options of single, double, triple density as well as high speed printing. T-RIP has a preview before ripping which is nice. Then, also has the "raw data preview" which shows the actual rip to prevent wasting film. Works great for me, I've used FastRip since 2005, and T-RIP transition seems to still work fine. (still using original EPSON SP-2200!)
I have been screen printing for a lot of years I had fast rip for a long time and upgraded now to T-Rip. This is a must for any screen printer and very affordable. Don't take my word go buy and Epson printer for under $300.00 and download the free trial you will never be without it again. And the support is from the best in the business not just a reseller but a man who uses it every day when he is doing his seps for customers like you. T-seps is another must have program and is by far the best separation program for the simulated process game. But also works great for spot color Corel files if you are looking for a softer hand feel.
I have set up print modes and it keeps going to defaul even though 1440x720 dpi td hs is checked. I have to catch this every time and set it manually for each job. When I go to print from Corel it has several error pages come up that need to be xed out before t Rip will start.