can you recommend a CD labeller/Printer?

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by Mr Jinx, May 5, 2005.

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    Mr Jinx Guest

    Hi,

    can anyone recommend a printer that will print directly onto white label
    CDs?
    I want to run off 200 copies of a local band's CD, with their design on it.
    I really don't
    want to be bothered printing and sticking 200 CD labels on, because it's a
    major PITA !

    So, I'm looking for something i can feed a CD into, and it will come out
    with print on it! :)

    Can you help?

    Thanks!

    Jinx
     
    Mr Jinx, May 5, 2005
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    Mr Jinx Guest


    Thanks Woody, looks exactly what I am after!

    All the best
    Jinx
     
    Mr Jinx, May 5, 2005
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    Dr Zoidberg Guest

    I've got the pixma 3000 and can confirm that it does the job very nicely.
    The software included is very good and printing doesn't take all that long
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    SteveH Guest

    So do the Epson R200, R300 and the one I have, the R800.

    SteveH
     
    SteveH, May 5, 2005
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    Damon Guest

    I can recommend the R300 for CD printing and shop quality photos when
    printed on the Epson Glossy paper. About £6 for 50 sheets of photo size
    (eBay)

    Damon
     
    Damon, May 5, 2005
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    Dave H Guest

    Hi,
    I used a Epson R300 to do a 1400 print CD run, took 3 mins per disc and used
    2 sets of Ink. I also think its one of the best photo printers I have seen.

    Dave
     
    Dave H, May 5, 2005
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    Damon Guest

    If only you had an auto feeder :eek:)
    Really 1400 or was that a typo?

    That's like 70 hours?

    Damon
     
    Damon, May 5, 2005
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    Dr Zoidberg Guest

    The canon I have takes much less than 3 mins per disk.
    It chugs away for a minute to set itself up for the first print , but after
    that it's very rapid

    --
    Alex

    Hermes: "We can't afford that! Especially not Zoidberg!"
    Zoidberg: "They took away my credit cards!"

    www.drzoidberg.co.uk
    www.sffh.co.uk
    www.ebayfaq.co.uk
     
    Dr Zoidberg, May 5, 2005
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    Dave H Guest

    If only you had an auto feeder :eek:)

    At work I have a 50 CD/DVD autofeeding printer that cost £ 1700 i think, its
    crap it wont print centrally, it keeps jamming with certain dvd's. The £80
    R300 (Monitor Edition, includes a LCD Screen for looking at the cards you
    put in to the, internal to the printer, reader), price was after discount,
    realy puts the Microboard printer to shame.
    No thats correct 1400
    I know I purchased two to keep the momentum going and had 3 computers
    burning away before hand, quite a production line.

    Dave
     
    Dave H, May 5, 2005
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