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Re: Printing to NON inject printable CDs and DVDs

Posted by Rod Speed on 11/04/46 12:01

Keith <noname@nowhere.com> wrote
> Rod Speed wrote

>> I want to be able to print to *NON* inkjet printable CDs and DVDs.

>> You can write on these fine with a Sharpie etc but when you use normal ink,
>> it takes a hell of a long time for the ink to dry enough so it doesnt smudge.

>> I just want to put a little bit of text on the CD or DVD, not full artwork etc obviously.

>> Has anyone seen anyone offering ink thats similar to whats in a Sharpie etc ?

>> Better if the ink is meant for an inkjet printer, because most printers that will
> print on CDs and DVDs have a separate print head and since I dont want to
> have to fart around flushing the heads after every print on a CD or DVD...

> From Maxell's web site:

> Question: What's the best way to Label CD-R Media?
> Answer: Use a felt-tipped water based pen such as the Maxell Disk
> Writer (CD-P1, Item #190705).

> I suspect that Office Max or Office Depot would have such pens.

I already said I use Sharpies and want to use an inkjet printer instead.

 

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