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DVD Printer
Robert O'Rourk, Photographer
Setauket | NY | USA | Posted: 1:36 PM on 05.27.12
->> I have been using a Dymo Discprinter for years to print labels on DVD's for customers. With installation of Mac OS 10.7, the driver software no longer operates. Dymo is no longer sold and support does not appear to continue for 10.7.

What are others using to print CD/DVD items for their customers?
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Stanley Leary, Photographer
Roswell | GA | USA | Posted: 2:14 PM on 05.27.12
->> I use Disc Cover 3 for printing on the DVDs for similar reasons with upgrades.
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Karsten Moran, Photographer, Photo Editor
New York | NY | United States of America | Posted: 3:01 PM on 05.27.12
->> If i may tack on a question to Robert's post: If not using one's own printer, can anyone recommend a service that will take care of the printing for you -- i.e. you send them a file with the design and they mail you a stack of DVDs?
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Tod Gomes, Photographer, Assistant
Pleasant Hill | CA | USA | Posted: 1:38 PM on 05.28.12
->> I use the Epson R200. They have a newer, better model (maybe the R300?) that is out now for about $100.
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Greg Bartram, Photographer
Dublin | OH | | Posted: 6:35 PM on 05.28.12
->> I use and love the Epson Artisan 720. Also. if you use the Watershield CDs and DVD from Taiyo Yuden, the quality is spectacular.
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Curtis Clegg, Photographer
Sycamore | IL | USA | Posted: 6:47 PM on 05.28.12
->> Karsten I have had this place bookmarked for a while but I haven't used their service - I'd be curious to know if anyone else has used them:
http://www.onediscmore.com/
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Sam Craft, Photographer, Photo Editor
Paris | TX | U.S | Posted: 9:02 PM on 05.28.12
->> If you're a member of Mpix Pro, the ROES program offers a service for DVD-R for like 7 bucks a disc and they are really nice.
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Timothy Andrews, Photographer
Pearl Harbor | Hi | USA | Posted: 3:27 AM on 05.29.12
->> Has anyone used the Epson Artisan 730?
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Brian Westerholt, Photographer
Kannapolis | NC | USA | Posted: 10:50 AM on 05.29.12
->> I have been using the Epson Artisan 810 and I am very happy with the performance and quality. I had the Epson R200 for years and was happy with the print quality as well.
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Karsten Moran, Photographer, Photo Editor
New York | NY | United States of America | Posted: 11:27 AM on 05.29.12
->> Thanks for the link Curtis -- that looks very promising. I'll let you know how it goes if i make an order.
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Greg Bartram, Photographer
Dublin | OH | | Posted: 8:04 PM on 05.29.12
->> "->> Has anyone used the Epson Artisan 730?
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Yep...me. I accidently typed '720' when I meant '730'. VERY happy with it.
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Darren Whitley, Photographer
Northwest Missouri | MO | USA | Posted: 11:37 PM on 05.29.12
->> onediscmore.com
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Rodrigo Pena, Photographer
Beaumont | CA | USA | Posted: 3:06 AM on 05.31.12
->> I'm using the Epson Artisan 725 and it works great too. Very happy with the results. I use the Verbatim White Inkjet DVD's and they work fine. I get my disks at supermediastore.com because they have great prices and occasional deals on shipping.
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