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DYMO DiscPainter


$279.00 Released June, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Small, compact footprint. Quiet operation. Ink dries fast.

The Cons:Quality of the print is lacking - noticeable white space between each printed line, ink isn't very vibrant. Very poor with complex prints - shadows and gradients are horrible. Driver development is quite slow.

The DYMO DiscPainter is a CD/DVD disc printer that lays down ink directly onto the disk as it’s spinning. In fact, the DiscPainter can print over the entire printable area of a disc, including the inner printable hub to the outer edge.

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Designs can be created from Photoshop, Illustrator, or the bundled software (Discus for DYMO) and then ‘painted’ on at a speed between 30 seconds to 3 minutes, depending on the quality chosen. Core to the DiscPainter is RadialPrint Technology, which allows the user to watch the action and make specific decisions on how it should occur: type of disc, whether or not the center hub can be printed, and print settings (fast, normal, best). Ink density can also be adjusted to optimize the quality for specific surfaces: matte, glossy, or color.

Features

  • CD/DVD Disc Printer
  • Inner Hub to Outer Edge
  • Software Compatibility
  • Bundled Software (Discus)
  • 30s-3m Printing Speed
  • RadialPrint Technology
  • Type of Disc (CD/DVD/Mini)
  • Center Hub Printing (Optional)
  • Quality Settings (Fast/Normal/Best)
  • Ink Density Adjustments
  • USB Connectivity
  • External Power
  • Win/Mac Compatibility

Specifications

  • Resolution: 600dpi, 1200dpi
  • Speed: 30 Seconds – 3 Minutes
  • Compatibility: CDs, DVDs, Mini Discs
  • Cartridge: 1738252 (100 Discs)
  • Connectivity: USB 2.0
  • Power: External Power Adapter
  • Compatibility: Windows XP/Vistas, Mac OS X v10.3/10.4/10.5 Leopard
  • Warranty: 1-Year Limited

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Pros
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    small, compact footprint

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    quiet operation

  • 1

    ink dries fast

  • 1

    fast print speeds

  • 1

    easy to use software

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    officially supported on any current computer platform

Cons
  • 1

    quality of the print is lacking - noticeable white space between each printed line, ink isn't very vibrant

  • 1

    very poor with complex prints - shadows and gradients are horrible

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    driver development is quite slow

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    overpriced

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