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Best Printers for CD/DVD printing?

 
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May 03, 2013 21:27 |  #16

ChadAndreo wrote in post #15895577 (external link)
Does anyone have any new suggestions?

I don't even bother with printing myself...I just get my DVDs printed through mpixpro. The print quality is unlike anything I could ever hope to achieve with my own setup.




  
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May 03, 2013 21:40 |  #17

charro callado wrote in post #15895660 (external link)
I don't even bother with printing myself...I just get my DVDs printed through mpixpro. The print quality is unlike anything I could ever hope to achieve with my own setup.

Any idea how MpixPro is any different than Millers?


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May 03, 2013 22:12 |  #18

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I don't even bother with printing myself...I just get my DVDs printed through mpixpro. The print quality is unlike anything I could ever hope to achieve with my own setup.

I would do the same, but usually I dont have the time to wait for shipping and processing.
Also, I burn Blu Rays.


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May 04, 2013 12:50 |  #19

I sold dvd's from sports tournaments making multiple copies. Each order custom made with multiple copies.


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May 04, 2013 20:03 as a reply to  @ MT Stringer's post |  #20

I haven't had time to read all the reply's in the thread, so this may have already been mentioned.

Have you considered programs that print on labels to stick on to the disk? My hubby has an old program that I've started using to print labels (they are the same size as the disk, so it sticks over the whole front/top of the disk) for my photography disk's, I can add text and pictures onto labels. However I'm not to sure how long they will last or if they will begin to yellow and discolor. Maybe worth looking into rather then buying a new printer if you don't need to.


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May 10, 2013 14:40 |  #21

Canon 9000 give great results


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May 10, 2013 18:21 |  #22

It probably has already been said a long time ago, but make sure the printer you buy will print the DVD. My Epson came with an adapter just for that purpose. I don't think all printers will do that. Measure twice, cut once! :-)


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May 11, 2013 02:35 |  #23

After a lot of research, I ended up going with the Canon MX922.


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