Meet ImagePrint R.E.D., the new RIP Software that Works with Any Printer  |

You’ve been scouring the internet looking for a decent separation software that will be compatible with your printer. You want something that’s easy to use and won’t break your budget. Meet ImagePrint R.E.D. It’s a new RIP software that works with any printer. Want to know more? Let’s dive in.

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ImagePrint R.E.D. is the first separations software that connects to any printer. Whether you’re printing large format photos, DTG, stickers, or film transparencies, you can use ImagePrint. 

Most RIP software is limited to specific printers. This is becoming more and more of an issue. Supply constraints and prices of those printers that work with separations software mean that screen printers have to get creative in budgeting, or purchase a printer that may not be compatible with RIP software. 

One great feature of ImagePrint Red is that it’s compatible with all printers. Yes, you read that right. ALL. PRINTERS. No matter what printer you use in your shop, you can use ImagePrint R.E.D. No more compromising or saving for a specific printer that will communicate with RIP software. Simply get ImagePrint R.E.D. and spend those hard-earned dollars upgrading a different part of your shop. 



ImagePrint R.E.D. is easy to install and use. There’s one difference that sets it apart from the others, though. The software is installed on a dongle that plugs into a USB port on your computer. This is called the “key,” and you can’t use the software without it. 

When you receive the key, you’ll also receive a serial code to use when you activate the software. This means you own that piece of software. It’s yours. You don’t have to pay a subscription fee to use it. 


Another great benefit of the RIP software is that it uses a key instead of a subscription so you can take your key with you. This means you can ensure that your software won’t get stolen if your computer is. You also won’t lose the software if your computer malfunctions or breaks. As long as you have the key and the serial code that you’re given when you activate your software, you’re good to go. Just don’t lose the key!

Want to get the RIP, but don’t know how to use it? You’re in luck. This free course is designed to teach printers how to install and use ImagePrint R.E.D. Take it today and become an expert. 


When you install ImagePrint R.E.D., you’ll notice another app called Spool Face. 

Spool Face is essentially your print queue. You’ll have one section for print files that are active, one section for files that have been processed and have been sent to the printer, and one section for all the print jobs that are finished.

Spool Face also contains an error log. This error log can be helpful if films for a job don’t print. Some RIP software are vague when it comes to errors. The error log on Spool Face will tell you exactly why the print job is having issues. You won’t need to go through a third party to figure out why the film won’t print.

A computer with Imageprint separation software sits on a table.

ImagePrint R.E.D. is a simple, easy-to-use color separations software that works with any printer. If you have other questions, contact us! We’re here to help get you up and running smoothly so you can get back to production.

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