Dymo DiscPrinter: No More Messy Marker Written CD’s


So your burned a video of your presentation or digital photos to a CD for your favorit client. You then take a black marker and scrawl something on the CD and pop it in the mail.
Why have GREAT content on the CD but have a terrible “image” by scrawling on it with a marker?
Instead consider Dymo’s DiscPrinter which prints directly on a CD / DVD.
DiscPainter uses inkjet printable discs. It can also be programmed to print multiple discs. The process is simple: insert the disc, select the design and the quantity and print. The single-cartridge ink system can print about 100 discs (full-size or mini discs) without replacement. It also lets users print the entire printable face of a disc – from outer edge to inner hub – in full color.
With DiscPainter Dymo has focused on speed and print quality. You can check it out for yourself here.
Priced at $279, DYMO DiscPainter comes packaged with a USB 2.0 cable, AC power supply, three inkjet printable discs, and a full-color ink cartridge to print about 100 discs.
Check it out at your local or online retailer (CDW, Amazon, etc) or Dymo

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  • Joseph

    I recently got a discpainter and this printer has improved the quality of my work ten-fold. I find the collage setting great because i could display the photos for a client rite on the disc and they eat that stuff up. It is a great product and the price point couldn’t be better. So far i have printed about 80 to 90 discs and i was worried about the ink but thats cheap too. i think its like 40 bucks to replace. thank god it has all the colors in one b/c i hate getting each and vevery color and wasting like 150 bucks on it.
    love the product.