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Test Drivin' the Dymo DiscPainter

Test Drivin' the Dymo DiscPainter

This is the first time I've ever experimented with a CD disc painter before and I can honestly say: I'm hooked! If you ever need to make a batch of CDs — as a keepsake from a wedding, birthday, or party — personalizing each disc with an image, text or fun graphic is such a nice added touch! With the Dymo DiscPainter you can quickly and easily label CDs — the handy software it comes with gives you a ton of user-friendly customization options.

To get started, all you have to do is install the software on your laptop, pop the ink cartridge into the compact Dymo DiscPainter, connect the power and USB cords and off you go! To keep reading, and to check out a video of the DiscPainter in action (plus more pics!), just

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Once you get the image or design just the way you want it to appear on your CD — you can control the ink quality and choose from settings like matte, colored and glossy — insert a glossy, water resistant CD-R (it comes with three) into the DiscPainter and hit print from your desktop. And in as little as 30 seconds (600 dpi) to three minutes (1200 dpi), your disc will be completed and covered with a radiant image! The DiscPainter is compatible with not only CDs, but full-sized DVDs and mini discs too. Each unit is priced at $250 without the cartridge and $288 with.


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looseseal looseseal 7 years
Oh, I see. I never actually used any disc printers, so I have no idea the ones that can also print regular stuff would waste time and ink. Good to know.
linb linb 7 years
It's easy to line up the image, and adjust the size of the disc, and the center hole, etc. The preview in the program is pretty accurate. And it opens Photoshop files, too, which I love.
macgirl macgirl 7 years
How's the registration on this? I always waste like 4 discs trying to get the image in the right place when trying to use a regular printer that has print on disc feature. I would buy a unitasker if it was spot on every time. It's not the cost of the media, it's my wasted time that is frustrating when using my Epson.
looseseal looseseal 7 years
Aren't there also printers that can print on media as well as regular old paper? Like this one: http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/consumer/consDetail.jsp?BV_UseBVCookie=yes&oid=63069504 I just don't see the point of buying a unitasker disc printer if one printer will do.
kcwebgirl kcwebgirl 7 years
not into making cds/dvds but this would be a cool tool to have if i was
allinavhcnerf allinavhcnerf 7 years
thanks! this is really useful and it looks great!
mondaymoos mondaymoos 7 years
This is so awesome... another something I just couldn't justify the expense of though... not when a sharpie costs .99. *sigh*
linb linb 7 years
I have one on my desk next to me! I love it. I work at a software company, and we bought it to print promotional DVDs to send out to potential customers. The day it arrived was like Christmas morning, everyone gathered around my desk in my office to watch our new toy in action!
Bksuga Bksuga 7 years
This looks worth the buy I would love this for my b-day!!
Dollylo Dollylo 7 years
wow!! How cool is that!? Want it! :cheer:
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