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There are many sophisticated types of CD printer on the market today, making it simple and easy, as well as cheap, to print your designs on to CDs or DVDs.
Whether you are creating CDs or DVDs for home use or making copies to give to friends and family, of if you’re using them for business promotion or other uses, it is always preferable to have a good quality CD printer.
This is because the end result not only looks better but it’s safer to use. Some people just stick labels on their CDs or DVDs but these can often come off in the drive, whether in a computer or CD or DVD player, and damage the internal workings of the machine as bits of paper come off at the high speeds of rotation at which the players operate.
When fixing labels to discs using adhesive, the result can end up not uniform and the overall look can be sloppy and unprofessional. You don’t what that, even if it’s just for your own use, never mind the potential damage it could do to a player.
The beauty of CD printers is they allow you to fully customise your own labels for discs. You can choose what background you want, what images should be on it and also the text. When it’s printed, if you’re using a good CD printer, the results can be photo-quality and highly professional.
CD printers allow people the convenience of adding labels to their discs, in easy processes that are simple to understand and not time-consuming.
Another major benefit of CD printers is the cost factor. It’s usually much cheaper to print this way rather than going to the expense of getting separate labels made up and then sticking them on. You must, of course, make sure that when buying your stock of CDs or DVDs that they are printable, and compatible with the type of ink — normally inkjet — that the printer uses.
Designing your CD or DVD labels is simple with software especially designed for the purpose. Much of this software allows people not only to make labels for the discs themselves but also for the containers, such as plastic case covers. Inserts for the cases can also be created and printed, meaning you get an overall professional result.
Nowadays, with the advent of the digital camera and subsequent availability of powerful cameras on ubiquity smartphones, people are taking so many pictures – often dozens daily – that they cannot possibly hope to store or catalogue. The days of occasional family holiday snaps that can be easily housed in a few albums are long gone, and so many are turning to CDs and DVDs as a way to store their most important digital images.
To turn your discs full of precious images into great-looking keepsakes that you will have for many years, proper labelling is the only answer. CD printers allow you to effortlessly do that.
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