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    tell me, is this sellable..... OddDog's Avatar
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    i have an ink jet printer for cd printing. it is very good at photos and images with lots of colors, but poor at single color inks.

    does anyone else have experience with these things.

    i mean do you use a thermal printer (whats your personal experience using them) or still use a factory for silk screening ??


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    At this point, I am still using the factory for silk screening, as the quantity of CDs I have duplicated/replicated is much too large for my single burner (even if I had a 4-burner tower).
    However, for demo CDs and very-short-runs I use photo-quality labels. My ink-jet printer handles them very well and the quality is impeccable.

    -Jay

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    i never could get hte labels to look nice. thats why i got the ink jet.

    has anyone got first hand experience of the quality of thermal printing ????

    i am looking to get one of those robotic copiers and printers. but i need to choose between an ink jet and thermal.

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    hi jabez, yes we to do large sizes

    and i wont a slice of that ....

    thats why i wanna look at these thermal cd printers ..

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    We used to use peel and stick labels for our demos, client deliverables, etc. Now we just get a CD Duplication place here locally to silk screen on BLANK CD-Rs and then we can put whatever we want on them and the presentation, at least on the outside, is nice.

    I know this doesn't answer your question but thought I would share.

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