Inkjet photo printing on discs (CDs printeybl): A method allowing to put individual images are printed on a broken surface of the disc. (We will accept orders from 50 pcs. On the basis that this is a mock-up, with circulation exceeding five hundred discs offer photo printing (label), or silk-screen printing factory). This printing method allows you to print photo-quality images on the dead surface of the disc with a special surface to be printed. For the short run this is one of the options, but due to the lengthy process of application is not suitable for large and rapid runs. When you print images containing photographs, banners (Gradients) in 90% of the silk-screen quality than / offset printing for CD DVD discs industrially. Silk screen / offset printing for CD DVD discs industrial way: It is used when: edition of 1000 pieces. Clinton Family is open to suggestions. (Cost-effective to make 2,000 pieces, and the limit is not limited to, auto, industrial screen printing in 1-4 colors or full color.'s Oldest and most common method of dyeing CD DVD discs.
The vast majority of CDs in all the world (especially disc format CD) is painted with silkscreen. Screen printing allows you to print special inks (metallic, silver, gold, fluorescent dyes, etc.). The complexity of this type printing is the high cost of preparatory work (for imagesetter film exposure silk-screen frames, frames, followed by illumination of drying / washing) and the complexity of the make-ready printing equipment, which makes take to paint circulation of 1,000 or more. In offset printing as required: imagesetter films, plate-making, fitting. Thermal printing on the CD DVD drives: Thermal transfer onto the disc surface is specially formulated, that at high temperatures "baked" and is attached to the disk. However, those printers who print a little color without semitones, hopelessly inferior to silk screen not to mention jet printing or digital printer applicable to print images with a limited number of colors. Those printers who print high-quality full-color images, give such a high cost of printing, which is cheaper largest circulation print shelkotrafaretom than a small thermal circulation.
(This method of application is not used here) LightScribe – a technology that allows imaging of the back surface of specially prepared CD-ROM drive with drives supporting the technology. Developed by Hewlett-Packard and Lite-On in 2005. To print an image on the surface of the disc using this technology requires special drives prednaznachennnoy surface burning laser image of the drive. (This method of application is not used here) Labelflash – a technology that allows to put their pictures on the recordable DVD. Was presented by NEC in December 2005. This technology is similar to LightScribe, previously developed by Hewlett-Packard, but not compatible with it. Unlike the latter, the disc LabelFlash surface for printing, has a dark blue color, lightening under the influence of the laser. For application drawing on the disc using this technology requires special drives. (This method of application is not used here) Disk @ 2 – This technology allows to make a drawing on the working side of the disc is not supported by all drives. Drawing the figure is on an unused area of the disk data. Program for drawing the image disk @ 2 we use is called lim120en author is unknown. Supports printing technology on the disc: light scribe and disk @ 2. You can program download from our file archive. Article from Link for reprinting the material is required.