DYMO Disc Painter
I want this even though I know I would never use it. The DYMO Disc Painter uses RadialPrint Technology that prints directly on the disc. The disc spins as the image is being transferred which delivers great quality. The ink covers the entire disc all the way to the outer edge. The whole process only takes a few minutes. It looks awesome but I don’t burn many cd’s anymore.
candis hecking December 20, 2007 at 6:23 pm
mr. j – You’re absolutely correct. I guess when I was posting this I was only thinking about using it for myself and my music collection. Using it professionaly when sending something to a client is definitely a great idea. This is such a better solution than a cheap paper label. 🙂
Cathy February 3, 2008 at 2:43 pm
I have the dymo printer and i love it….i use it for personal gifts and for my work…its great b/c its soo light and i can travel with it…the software is easy to use…whihc is such a plus for us people who aren’t computer genuises.
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Candis, what do you mean you would never use this? I own one and use it all the time. As a graphic designer you must have to present your ideas and give examples of your past brilliant accomplishments to prospective clients right? Graphics are your business. That means that every thing you can artistically control must live up to your awesome creativity. You want any disc you give current or prospective clients to show that you are the consummate creative professional.