Re: DVD Labels

From: Doug (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Feb 15 2007 - 15:55:24 PST

On 2/15/07 12:06 PM, "Adam Trowbridge" <email suppressed> wrote:

> I see the Epson Photo Stylus R200 recommended in one thread, with approval
> from NoahK who is the king of the technical advice there, but the thread
> is from 2004.
    I'd been using an Epson Photo Stylus R260 at my client's and when I
found out they were only $120, I decided to spring for my own. But then I
got a fifty disc order, and by the time I got to MicroCenter, they were only
    The ink replacement may be exorbitant. I don't know yet. But it works
just fine printing B&W and color PhotoShop images, using the included label
printing software.
    They also solved an annoying bug that the R200 had.
    No bugs, no bad printing, no problem.

    They'll make you more impressed with your own work.

    Current received wisdom from my pro listservs is to use Taiyo Yuden
brand white printable media and get it from a reliable source, so you know
you're getting the real thing. One recommended source is
    I just got 200, with 200 paper sleeves and shipping included for $72.

    I don't have any connection with them; just a happy customer.


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