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11-14-2010, 07:46 PM
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hi, is there any good disc printer that you can recommand me ?

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1. What do you want to spend? (a.k.a - What's your budget?)

2. How advanced does the printing need to be? Will you be fine just printing basic labeling (titles, etc, possibly in single color only), or does it need to reproduce full-face artwork in full color?

3. Does it have to be ink, or are you open to other technologies?

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i don't have a big budget, but i don't want crap either. Full face in full color will be apreaciated too.
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The sub-forum FAQ on not using DVD labels includes advice on good disc printers and good blank inkjet printable DVDs.
Read that @ http://www.digitalFAQ.com/forum/showthread.php/never-use-sticky-2159.html

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The Dymo appears to be out of stock at Amazon, but it's still available from B&H: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc...3167/KBID/4166

And then here's some of my advice for printing DVD cases (not printing on discs): http://www.digitalFAQ.com/forum/show...vers-2062.html
That's something to consider.

Remember that the disc itself is probably the least looked at part of a "DVD" package -- the case artwork and DVD menus each get several minutes of potential read/viewing time, while a disc will often get fleeting seconds of attention, as it's removed from a case and put into the player. There's really nothing important on a disc, as compared to the DVD case (and its DVD case artwork with various info) or the DVD menu (used for navigating the disc content). Worse yet, the disc printing tends to cost more and take more time to create/print than DVD case artwork and DVD menu work combined!

Let me know if that's enough info for you, or if you need more.

Also try a forum/site search: http://www.digitalFAQ.com/search.htm
You'll pull up a number of threads that discuss printing with the Epson disc printers (troubleshooting, mostly).

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