I would like to burn small volume runs and don't want stick-on labels.
Is there any affordable equipment for printing directly on the backside
of the CD?
There are two approaches: inkjet and thermal. Inkjet requiresQuote:> I would like to burn small volume runs and don't want stick-on labels.
> Is there any affordable equipment for printing directly on the backside
> of the CD?
Primera makes both types. Epson has a couple of inkjet models available
in the U.S. (and has had several in Japan for some years). Because of
the need for quality construction to deal with the weight and thickness
of CD blanks, cheap modifications of inexpensive printers have had a bad
I was talking to a guy who also records CD's and I mentioned that I sometimes
use Stick on vinyle lettering on CDR discs. He said this was a bad idea
because after awhile the glue on the lettering would affect the material the
CDR disc is made of, affect it in a bad way that is. Any comments/experiences
P.S. I use TDK, Sony, and occasionally Tayo Yuden CDR discs. Both Logo and