From: flick harrison (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Feb 15 2007 - 12:33:02 PST
I also tend to use a rubber stamp on my printable DVD's.
Those ones that let you change the letters are fun. Not the right
choice for a job which involves a different label on each dvd, that's
On non-printable media, I tried for a while using a rubber stamp with
a pad of indelible ink, since the ink that comes built into the
stamps is usually only good on paper / printable media etc. That was
okay but messy. Great for ID'ing stuff but bad for presentation / sale.
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On 15-Feb-07, at 12:11 PM, Brook Hinton wrote:
> Whoops, didn't see that you were using silver discs. Nope, the
> Epsons only print to inket printable media. Maybe a thermal printer
> would work but I'd go the sharpie/staedler route.
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