Epson F570 Elevated

New!   Our August 4th release makes further improvements.  Difficult prints, particularly those involving gray gradients, now look better than ever before.   We recommend this update to all users of this printer.

Get the update here.

Our first release of support for the new Epson F570 dye sublimation printer treated it as a consumer product, running it through Epson's Windows driver, and relying on Epson's halftoning.  That worked well for consumer-grade production and quality.

This Printer is Much More

As of our February 24 release, Wasatch SoftRIP controls this printer directly, using the same advanced halftoning as our support for professional printers.   The color of highlights is more accurate, and on hard substrates such as Chromaluxe, prints are far less "grainy."  Quality now competes with many higher-end printers.


In addition, this update eliminates the problem of installing and configuring Epson's Windows driver, and removes the long printing delays caused by big prints going through the Windows print spooling system. This printer now handles and performs like a professional product.

This new support is included in the basic $49 subscription to Wasatch SoftRIP.   Your basic subscription can support two of these printers, and every subscription can be upgraded to up to eight printers, making scalable banks of these printers practical for volume production.

With a Wasatch subscription you always have access to the latest revisions, newest features and device support, and unlimited access to the Wasatch service team. It is a low cost way to preserve your workflow and color when updating and adding new devices.

When updating your existing license, you have the option of running with your existing USB copy protection. This can reduce, or in some cases eliminate any need to connect to the Internet.

Alternatively, if you can connect to the Internet just once per week, you can start a cloud license that is assigned to your computer with no copy protection device at all. Only a brief connection is needed.

Starting at $49 per month, Wasatch subscriptions are a low-cost and low-risk option that you can choose to continue or cancel at any time. We hope you'll never want to cancel, but if you do, you can cancel any subscription at the press of a button.

You can even install a subscription alongside your permanent copy of Wasatch SoftRIP, run it for a month, and cancel if you feel the benefit was not enough for you. We think you'll discover a big benefit.