It's time to upgrade the art department and the quality of your printing.
T-Seps is an automated color separation plug-in for Adobe Photoshop. It makes the task of doing simple and high-end color separations a breeze. T-Seps creates printer friendly seps for:
- Spot Color
- Simulated Process Color
- Index Color
- Black and White Monochrome
PLUS it has a built in RIP, creates a Job Proof, recommends mesh count and print order, uses standard plastisol, adjusts for dot gain at press, has Special Effects, Includes FREE Photoshop training (27 videos) and a lot more.
T-Seps is actually 14 programs in one. See all the features and learn how T-Seps will work in your art department.
T-Seps was first introduced in 1999 and called FastFilms. The name was changed to T-Seps in 2009. By our best guess over 1 MILLION seps have been done with our software.
Get the best support in the industry. Talk directly with developer Scott Fresener via phone, email or online chat. Support is given almost immediately and the same day.
This is excellent software, I am very happy with the result that it does, saving a lot of time. Thanks Scott!
Great program and the support is outstanding! Superior Customer Service!
Must have software. If you are already running a successful business the addition of T-SEPS will SEPerate you from your competition.
See for Yourself
If you are new to printing with halftone dots or high-end printing or if you just want to see how the separations look – choose from a number of download files that are separated and read to burn on screens and print.
With literally millions of separations done since 1999 with T-Seps and younger brother FastFilms – here just a handful of pictures of real shirts done with the programs.
See why customers love their T-Seps and why they jump up and down for joy! From small mom-and pop users to huge multi-billion dollar industry giants with dozens of licenses – read what users have to say.
Meet the Developer
Meet T-Seps developer, Scott Fresener, who spend years teaching screen printing and color separations well before he developed FastFilms (now T-Seps) back in 1999. Scott is considered a pioneer in the T-Shirt industry and an excellent teacher and color separator.