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AccuRIP Black Pearl (Discontinued)

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AccuRIP ™ software drives the entire film printing (output) process including critical ink lay down control not capable of achieving without a RIP. Print separations to film transparency media with ease and accuracy.

The latest and greatest version is AccuRIP Ruby as Black Pearl is now discontinued. (Windows/Mac) There is a Ruby EP (Epson) and Ruby CP (Canon) version to drive film printing through your supported Epson or Canon printer.

AccuRIP Black Pearl (discontinued)

AccuRIP Ruby (EP) Epson™ replaces AccuRIP Black Pearl Software™ and drives the entire film output process.

Current AccuRIP Black Pearl users as well as version 1.01 – 1.03 users can advance their version and upgrade to AccuRIP Ruby EP. Go to the Ruby page to learn more. You have the choice of an Epson or a Canon version. Wow!

P800 users: AccuRIP Ruby is NOT a version option as Ruby does not support the P800 printer. P800 users are current when operating AccuRIP Black Pearl SE.

AccuRIP Black Pearl™

The SE version IS still available. Purchase AccuRIP Black Pearl SE (for the P800) from an Epson Authorized reseller of the screen print edition. The SE version remains supported and available!

AccuRIP Black Pearl version has been discontinued July 17, 2019 • replaced by AccuRIP Ruby EP on July 18, 2019

Features and Benefits of RIP Software

AccuRIP Ruby™ (latest version replacing and advancing AccuRIP Black Pearl RIP software) has the important ability to auto-detect and connect to your printer on your network. Options in the Configuration Menu allow you to dial in your needs including halftone size and shape. Set it RIP software and forget it, or edit at will. AccuRIP uniquely offers All Black Ink (control of every print slot) so you can load just black ink (dye) and spray from any/all slots (not available for P800). Also provided with AccuRIP is critical ink lay down control for the perfect amount of ink sprayed during output. Note: AccuRIP Black Pearl SE does not have ink lay down control, as it was designed by Freehand for Epson as a turn-key solution for P800 users and sold as a hardware, software, consumable bundle through Epson America Screen Print Dealers.

Partial AccuRIP Features List:
• Auto Printer Detection and Connection
• Print Setting IQ remembers your last configured settings
• WiFi strong to take advantage of WiFi convenience
• WatchDog Doctor detects then adds drivers to OS upon launch
• Print to any supported USB Epson printer in your network
• Wizard On Call for first time setup or reinstallation
• Two simple tabs to configure printer and halftone settings
• FREE Live Agent Tech Support and Remote Login of RIP Software

Operating System Compatibility / Printer Support


Windows 10 • Windows 8.1 • Windows 7  (32-bit and 64-bit)  •   Apple Mojave • High Sierra • Sierra • El Cap (10.11.6) (64-bit)

AccuRIP Ruby EP (latest version replacing AccuRIP Black Pearl software) supports dozens of Epson Inkjet models including the popular P400, Artisan 1430, T3270 and more. Available as a fully-functional trial and to purchase right now on this site. Several models also support Freehand’s All Black Ink™ cartridges. Want to use Freehand’s formulated dye? Simply get a bulk system and purchase D-Max Dye Ink in bottles. Note: currently the P400 supports the matte slot only with a cartridge system.

AccuRIP Black Pearl SE exclusively supports the P800 Screen Print Edition Printer.

Other

What is a RIP software? Do I really need one? A RIP is not just for halftone output to film, it’s for all graphics file output needs including popular solid spot colors. The communication gap between your art file (PostScript Graphic) and your Epson Printer is bridged by AccuRIP Black Pearl. Since the quality of the output is critical to screen exposure and ultimately success on-press, the RIP software offers resolution, halftone type and size options and the ability to adjust ink lay down for your film and ink combo. AccuRIP software users trying to manage their business without a RIP with the thought of saving money ultimately suffer with poorer quality than the competition and wasted film, ink, time and money. A RIP will pay for itself in a very short amount of time. If you’re serious about AccuRIP screen printing put your focus on pre-press as well as print production. They go hand in hand.

If you think you’re not tech savvy and can’t handle a RIP, AccuRIP software is your solution. With an Auto Setup Wizard that detects and connects to your Printer and a driver you select in the print window of your graphics program (i.e Adobe, Corel) this will be the easiest RIP software that’s hard at work for you.