AccuRip Black Pearl Software for Printing Halftones with Epson Printers

AccuRIP Black Pearl is an efficient, simple to use, affordable, and accurate PostScript Level 3 RIP software that fits perfectly into your Adobe and Corel graphics world. Using AccuRIP Black Pearl software allows you to translate depth and gradients in your designs through the use of printed halftones, transforming your Epson* printer into a professional film production device. Paired with the Black Max All-Black Ink system, you can achieve the darkest and most opaque films possible and eliminate the need to “double up” your films for proper exposure.

Incorporating AccuRIP Black Pearl into your pre-press department takes just minutes. As a driver-based solution, the efficient workflow is streamlined to maximize your time. As always, AccuRIP is engineered for both Windows and Macintosh operating systems and includes a comprehensive support policy.



AccuRIP™ Black Pearl works with the following Epson Printers:

Artisan: 50, 1430

WorkForce: 1100, 1100

Stylus Photo: R280, R285, R290, 1390, 1400, 1410, 1500W, R1800, R1900, R2000, R2400, R3000

Sure Color: T-3000, T-3200, T-3270, T-5000, T-5200, T-7000, T-7200

Stylus Pro: 3800, 3880, 4000, 4450, 4800, 4880, 4900, 7000, 7600, 7700, 7800, 7880, 7890, 7900, 9450, 9600, 9700, 9800, 9880, 9890, 9900, 10600, 11880

PM: G4500

L Series: L355, L1300, L1800

Praise From Printers

"In combination with Rite Film, this software has made printing super opaque film positives a breeze. Having an insanely black image area has given me (a beginner) some wiggle room for my exposure times. To be honest I don't know how film positives were made without this software. A+++"
- Featherhawk

"We did the trial for AccuRIP when we were having problems with our positives and had tried every other possible fix and then we decided maybe it was our RIP. We did a side by side comparison of the two products with all variables being the same and AccuRIP was far superior. We have been using AccuRIP for about a year and have not had one piece of film that wasn’t perfect."
- Alan, T-Shirt Fan