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Archive of posts filed under the Labeling, Printing and Decoration category.

Can Pit Art Deepen a DVD-R’s Impression?

Why are recordable and rewritable DVD media saddled with the same labeling options as CD-R and CD-RW discs? Felt pens, sticky labels, and inkjet, thermal transfer, and re-transfer printers serve CDs and DVDs alike, but shouldn’t DVDs enjoy something innovative and special?

Primera Bravo Disc Publisher Review

With its lovable size, full range of features, integrated label printer, and competent operation — all at price to die for — Primera’s Bravo Disc Publisher sets a new standard for personal CD and DVD duplication, and may prove the ultimate digital studio peripheral. Primera Bravo Disc Publisher Review Hugh Bennett EMedia: The Digital Studio [...]

The Need For An Industrial Color CD-R Printer

Lately, it seems every time I go to an industry trade show I come away disappointed – not that I don’t find the event useful and not that I don’t enjoy chatting with the vendors – my problem is that another opportunity has gone by without someone introducing what I consider to be the next [...]

Rimage to Acquire Cedar Technologies

Rimage Corporation announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Cedar Technologies.

Primera Signature III Color Printer Review

Primera Technology’s Signature III now offers the best combination of ease of use and overall value for any CD label printer in its price range and will surely find itself in demand by enthusiast and professional users alike.

CD-R Printers, Media Makers, and the Writing on the Wall

With all of CD-R’s recent success, why is it, then, that disc printing still lags behind, in terms of technological growth, affordability, and installed base?

CD-R, Fit to Print: Printing Devices for CD-Recordable

There is little arguing that CD-R disc label printing has come a long way in terms of price and capability in a few years and the future promises more exciting developments.

Hi Ho, Silver Disc! Verbatim Introduces New DataLifePlus CD-Recordable Media

To differentiate its products in what is fast becoming a commodity market, Verbatim Corporation is introducing its new DataLifePlus CD-Recordable media. Manufactured by Verbatim’s Japanese parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical Company in their combined Singapore production facility, DataLifePlus are the first CD-R discs using a lower cost silver alloy reflective layer.

Optical Media International Offers ColorScribe 6000 CD-R Disc Label Printer

Optical Media International announced that it is now selling the ColorScribe 6000 CD-R disc label printer from Craig Associates.

Kodak Rolls Out Inkjet Printable CD-R Discs

Eastman Kodak Company announced new 63 minute (550MB) and 74 minute (650MB) inkjet printable CD-R discs at Intermedia ’95.

Trace Unveils World’s First CD-R Disc Label Printer

Trace Mountain Products announced that it is shipping the world’s first CD-R disc label printer.