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A Powerful Film Positive / Halftone RIP Software for Screen Printers!

       

What is MultiRIP Film and Why Should Screen Printers Use It:

What is MultiRIP Film and Why Should Screen Printers Use It?
MultiRIP Film is a raster image processor (RIP) software that allows a standard inkjet printer to be used as an imagesetter to create high quality, dark film positives for screen printing. Once installed, MultiRIP Film comes preloaded with settings for the widest variety of industry film positive media and screen settings. Screen printers can control everything from the amount of ink used, which ink channels to pull from (one channel to an All Black system), resolution, frequency, screen angles and more. MultiRIP Film also provides a detailed preview capability to allow screen printers to zoom down to see the individual dots. For these reasons, MultiRIP Film is fastly becoming the preferred RIP for screen printers worldwide.

Features for Printing Screen Printing Film Positives:

Compatible with over 20 Epson Inkjet Printers Worldwide
MultiRIP Film Desktop is compatible with the following Epson printer models: 800, 1270, 1280, 1290, 1390, 1400, 1410, 1500, 1520, 1800, 1900, 2100, 2200, 2400, 3000, 3800, 4000, 4800 and 4880 printers.

For the large format printers, MultiRIP Film XL is compatible with the following Epson printer models: 7600, 7800, 7880, 9600, 9800 & 9880 printers.

Print Directly from Your Favorite Artwork Program
MultiRIP Film will work with most graphic artwork programs (i.e. CorelDraw, PhotoShop, Illustrator,...) that you can print from. MultiRIP Film will install an indepent driver that allows your settings in your graphic artwork program (i.e. the size, shape and angle of your halftones) to print directly through the RIP software. Users can also make these settings the default in MultiRIP Film and use "RIP Defined" option. Click here for a video on how to set the RIP Defined settings.

Halftone Screening Settings (Frequency, Angle, Shape)
MultiRIP Film allows the use of halftone screening, thus turning your inkjet printer into a low-cost imagesetter. You can specify the screen frequency/angle at print time or you can defaults under the RIP Defined setting. Click here for a video on how to set the RIP Defined settings.

Preloaded with 15+ Different Types of Industry Film Positive Media
MultiRIP Film comes with the density curves for over 15 different types of industry brands of film positive media. While other Halftone RIPs try to limit the available types of film ensure continuing revenues. MultiRIP does not sell film positive media. So we decided to offer the customer the ability to choose which film positive works best for their business - whether it is price, quality, in stock / availability,... Users also have the ability to create their own density curves for films that are not listed as well.

Page Previewing
You can preview individual pages in both the output queue and the "processed jobs" queue. This can save a lot of time if a mistake is caught before expensive media is wasted.

Re-Print Pages without Re-Ripping
Allows you to re-print individual pages or colors from a separation with a few simple clicks of your mouse. Once the job has been processed, simply open the job item in the queue, select the pages you wish to re-send to the printer (1). Select the number of copies (2) and click "Print Selected Pages" (3). The selected pages will be sent to the output queue. When making multiple copies, the pages can be "stacked" (1,1,1, 2,2,2, 3,3,3 etc.) or collated (1,2,3, 1,2,3, etc.).

Print Composite Proofs From Pre-separated PostScript files
MultiRIP allows you to print composite pages from PostScript separation files. This feature is very useful, as you can use the composite output to check for trapping and moire, or simply use it as a proof to show the customer. If using halftone screening for output, you can select the angle and frequency for CMYK and spot colors.

Print Separations from Composite PostScript or PDF files
MultiRIP allows you to print CMYK separations from a composite PostScript files or PDF files. If using halftone screening for output, you can specify the angle and frequency for the CMYK separations.

Density Calibration
MultiRIP includes our Q-Curve™ utility which will allow you to apply a density curve to your composite or separated job. You can curve the color plates individually or apply the same curve to all. You can use the graphical curve interface or enter the desired density numbers.

Working with MultiRIP Film:

Download a Trial Version of MultiRIP Film
Click Here to download the latest version of MultiRIP Film.

NOTE:
This is a fully functional RIP software that will print a watermark diagonal across the center of the print. To remove the watermark, you will need to purchase a 16-digit Product Code and use the online validation system to create an Activation Code. Click on the links below for the instructions on how to validate the software
- Video Instructions on Validation Systems
- PDF Instructions on Validation Systems

Quick Start Guide to using MultiRIP Film
Below are links to both written documentation and screen videos that will help you get started using MultiRIP Film.
- Quick Start PDF Manual
- Quick Start Video Guide

Complete Video Library for MultiRIP Film
MultiRIP Film comes with 24/7 online support of both PDF and screen recorded videos. We created a complete library of technical support videos because we understand that screen printers work non-traditional business hours. When questions come up, most of the time the answer can be found in the videos listed below. If not, please feel free to email support@multirip.com and we will reply back as soon as possible.

Where to Purchase MultiRIP Film:

North America
Digital Marketing Solutions
509 S. Chickasaw Trail #108
Orlando, FL 32825
E: orders @ multirip.com

TexSource Texas
6881 Ft. Worth Drive
Argyle, TX 76226
P: (877) 705-8855
F: (940) 380-1234

We are currently looking to grow our distribution network in this territory at this time. Please feel free to contact MultiRIP directly for questions by clicking here. If your company is interested in becoming a distributor, please click here and complete the online application form.

International
GJS Machinery
5 Wordie Place
Padstow, NSW 2211
Local Phone: +61 (2) 9790 1649
Fax: +61 (2) 9709 5904
Website: www.gjsmachinery.com.au


We are currently looking to grow our distribution network in this territory at this time. Please feel free to contact MultiRIP directly for questions by clicking here. If your company is interested in becoming a distributor, please click here and complete the online application form.

Frequently Asked Questions :

Most Asked Questions about MultiRIP Film
How do I Install MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

How do I remove the PowerRIP watermark? This is the process of validating the MultiRIP Film software?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

How do I setup the default "RIP Defined" print settings?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

Which ink channles can I load the Black ink in my Epson printer?
ANSWER: PDF

How do I print from CorelDraw® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

How do I print from Photoshop® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

How do I print from Illustrator® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

Which printers are compatible with MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: Web Page

General Questions about MultiRIP Film
What is the recommended computer requirements to run MultiRIP Film? Will MultiRIP Film run on a 64-bit operating system? Will MultiRIP Film run natively on a Mac operating system?
ANSWER: PDF

How many computers can I install MultiRIP Film on?
ANSWER: PDF

What happens if I use all my Validation Codes up?
ANSWER: PDF

Which film medias have preloaded density curves in MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF

What is MultINK and how is it different then Epson OEM ink?
ANSWER: PDF

Why does only a portion of my design print when printing on a roll of film?
ANSWER: PDF

Why am I having orientation problems when printing from CorelDraw on a roll of paper?
ANSWER: PDF

Why do I lose my validation when I switch Users / Computer Profiles?
ANSWER: PDF

Why do I get "Can't Write to Device" and Error 15 messages when I try to print?
PDF Answer

Installation, Getting Started & Updating Questions
How do I Install MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

How do I remove the PowerRIP watermark? This is the process of validating the MultiRIP Film software?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

How can I update MultiRIP Film to the latest version on my computer?
ANSWER: Web Page

How can I remove the validation from my existing computer so I can validate another computer without having to use another Activation Code?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video | YouTube Video

How do I setup the default "RIP Defined" print settings?
ANSWER: PDF | Video | YouTube Video

Which printers are compatible with MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: Web Page

How do I adjust the time a file remains in MultiRIP Film before it leaves the Processed Jobs tab?
ANSWER: PDF

Printing Film Positive Questions
How do I print from CorelDraw® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

How do I print from Photoshop® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

How do I print from Illustrator® using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF | Large Video
| YouTube Video

What are halftones and why would someone want to make film positives with them?
ANSWER: PDF

How do I get my artwork separated so I can print using MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF

What is MultINK and how is it different than Epson OEM ink when it comes to printing film positives?
ANSWER: PDF

Will MultINK work on both waterproof and non-waterproof films?
ANSWER: PDF

Which brand names of industry film media have preloaded density curves in MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF

Why am I getting less ink on my film now than I was before?
ANSWER: PDF

Which side of my inkjet film positive media should I print on?
ANSWER: PDF

Using the Advanced Features of MultiRIP Film
Can MultiRIP Film be setup to run on a network?
ANSWER: PDF

Can I use an Ethernet Card to communicate with MultiRIP Film?
ANSWER: PDF

Troubleshooting / Error Messages in MultiRIP Film
Why do I get a PowerRIP MFC Application Error when the RIP Interface opens up?
ANSWER: PDF

Why does only a portion of my design print when printing on a roll of film?
ANSWER: PDF

Why am I having orientation problems when printing from CorelDraw on a roll of paper?
ANSWER: PDF

Why do I get a FontError message printed out instead of my artwork?
ANSWER: PDF

Why am I getting less ink on my film now than I was before?
ANSWER: PDF

Which side of my inkjet film positive media should I print on?
ANSWER: PDF

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