NEW Features include: New & Improved Color Profiles, Image Scaling, Rotating, Layout (Multiple Documents), Faster Print Times!
We are proud to announce, that the long awaited and much sought after – FOREVER TransferRIP Update – is finally here!
As well as having improved color profiles and faster processing of jobs, from computer to print – you can now Rotate, Scale and add Multiple documents onto one page.
The Calculation feature enables a precise calculation of job-related consumption of ink before printing.
- Accurate Calculation of costs
- Easy to use
- Customer specific documentation
- Detailed Report
- Export costs to PDF
The Layout feature allows you to add multiple files to a single printable sheet, as well as image Scaling & Rotating.
- Rotate images
- Scale images
- Multiple images on one page
- Customer specific jobs
- Custom page sizes
The new colors profiles now process your jobs faster than the previous version – saving you valuable time and money.
The all new and improved color profiles have been finely tuned to produce better colors all round.
Not only have the over all toner colors been improved, but it is now possible to print a better, more true Black.
You can now see how your image will look on various substrate colors.
The underfilling feature removes that annoying white line around your images.
WHAT ARE THE TRANSFERRIP ADVANTAGES?
Not only can images be Rasterized with 1-Click, but Rasterizing improves the Washability.
WHITE TONER CONTROLS
Being able to control the amount of White Toner, enables users to transfer breathtaking colors while saving on overall toner costs.
The Color Management controls allows users the option of changing colors for the best possible color reproduction.
The TransferRIP software detects Alpha Channels & Cutting Paths as well as support for the most popular file formats: PNG, EPS, PSD, PDF, TIFF & JPG.
Controlling the amount of toner being used on designs, not only produces the best results, but also saves up to 40% on toners costs.
The Underfilling feature removes the extra white line, that sometimes appears on some low quality images.