Print and Cut Workflows for DTF Printing

Popular roll-fed cutters from Graphtec and Summa can be used to cut DTF film after printing and fusing, speeding preparations for transfer.   Perforated cuts of the DTF film allow for the processing of large sheets from roll-fed DTF printers, cutting the pages down to size.

Wasatch SoftRIP provides full control, and additionally handles the use of white ink when printing barcodes and register marks, so that the cutter's sensors work properly with the transparent film.   Barcode-driven workflows are fully supported.  This capability is provided by the Wasatch Cutting Option, and includes support for:

  • Graphtec FC9000
  • Graphtec CE7000
  • Summa SummaSign Pro Series
  • Summa S Class 2 Series
  • Summa S Class Series
  • Summa SummaCut Series
  • Summa F-Series

Watch this video of real production workflow.


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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.

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 simply remove your credit card or other payment method, and the software will shut itself down after a couple of weeks of warnings.

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.