T-Seps has a LOT of Additional Features
T-Seps is great at doing color separations but it also has some great additional features that fixes bad artwork, does special effects, helps with film output and much more. T-Seps 2.0 and 3.0/3.5.5 have all of the following routines. T-Seps 3.0/3.5.5 has a number of additional routines along with the Halftone Converter routine built in with many more features.
Special Image Effects
Jazz up images with eye catching effects. Choose from five different edge effects to liven up images.
Running Edge Efffects Routine (3:55)
Yes, the washed and worn look it still very hot. T-Seps has the BEST routine in the industry to give your images a washed and worn look. And, you can choose from a variety of levels of worn PLUS there are other image effects that can be applied to give the entire image a unique distressed look.
The Distressed Looks (3:56)
This routine is magic. You can upsample a very low resolution/low quality image to the final size and be amazed at how crisp the edges look. Our proprietary algorithm performs miracles.
Upsample Low Quality Images Routine (2:23)
Convert Photographs & Colored Images to Black & White
This is another great routine. It will convert most full-color images to a respectable black and white line drawing.
Improve Poor JPG Images
A lot of images you get are low resolution and low quality JPG files. Our JPG Enhancement routine improves the quality of poor JPG images. It helps remove artifacts and the “boxes” you get with very low quality JPG images.
Improve JPG Images (3:14)
Instant Registration Marks
Photoshop has very small registration marks good for paper printing but not good for garment screen printing. T-Seps has three different size registration marks (small, medium and large) that you can easily place on your films. This routine is available in all versions of T-Seps.
Improve JPG Images (3:49)
If you can’t afford a software RIP we have basic halftone routine that simply converts the file to halftones for output to an inkjet or laser printer. This is a low cost solution for outputting halftones. In T-Seps 2.0 the halftone frequency, angle and dot shape is preset. In T-Seps 3.0/3.5.5 you have more control and the ability to change the frequency, angle and dot shape.
For the ultimate in output control a software RIP like T-RIP controls the amount of ink deposited on the film, lets you print black in from all of the ink slots, and gives a denser/darker image than possible from a standard inkjet printer. This is especially critical when trying to expose small halftone dots.
T-Seps has an very detailed Reference Manual (in FIVE languages). It even has a great section on how to use Adobe Photoshop and how to improve the quality of the original artwork. The manual has a great Troubleshooting section and lots of help on how to make the most of your great separations by telling the secrets and tips of good high-end screen printing. Download a manual here.
T-RIP is our latest product and it was designed to work with T-Seps/FastFilms or any automated color separation program. T-RIP works with Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop. It is a Windows based program but we have Mac users running T-RIP on Intel based computers with Windows emulation.It is easy to use and automatically converts the image to halftone dots and allows you to set the halftone frequency, angle, and dot shape. It has total control of the printer and tells it to lay down a heavier ink deposit at high resolution. See more details here and download a 15-day free trial.
Support is done by Scott Fresener. Simply call 480-212-1078 or toll free 1/888-801-1561 or email your question (and sample file) and you will get fast response to all of your questions. Support hours are from 8:30am to 5:00pm M-F MST. If you have a job that is due simply call and leave a message that you need a call back and Scott will call you night or day.