Summary: I purchased the DYMO Discpainter 3 years ago. Once a year, I print (paint?) 75-80 copies of the graduation video I produce. Up until today, I LOVED my little discpainter, but suddenly, and for no reason I can think of, it stopped working correctly.
Summary: I really liked this printer up until it failed. I've NEVER liked DYMO as a company. STRENGTHS - Dedicated disc printer had decent print quality. - Quiet, relatively quick prints. - Standard ink jet compatible media.
Summary: I printed a color photo label using their optimal quality settings and got exactly 20 DVD's before the yellow ink started running out. That is a cost of $1.74 per label for ink!!!!!! When I called customer service they said I should expect 100 labels per cartridge.
Save Yourself The Aggravation and Buy An Epson Artisan Instead
B. Horton, Amazon
12 August 2010
Summary: When I first started using the DiscPainter, I was pretty happy. After printing about 50 discs, however, my joy turned sour. Circular white bands started appearing on the discs although I supposedly had plenty of ink left in the cartridge. Clean the inkjets? No change.
Summary: June 28 2010 I just called Dymo to ask a question about the Dymo Discpainter and was told by the support technician that Dymo has discontinued the product two weeks ago. When I clicked on their links from inside their website, I just got 404's and messages that there is no such product.
Summary: I really wanted to like this printer, but it just does not do a good job. The print heads clog 25% of the time I can not get a good print out of it. The images come out wavy. When it does print properly it looks pretty good, but certainly not professional.
Summary: I BOUGHT THIS FOR MY HUSBAND AS A CHRISTMAS GIFT AND WE DIDN'T GET AROUND TO INSTALLING IT UNTIL LATE JANUARY. IT'S NOT COMPATIBLE WITH OUR SYSTEM. DYMO'S WEBSITE DOES SAY THAT THEY EXPECT TO HAVE A DOWNLOAD AVAILABLE BY MID MARCH 2010 FOR 64 BIT SYSTEMS.
Summary: I owned this product for over 1 1/2 years and it worked very poorly in spite of the fact it was replaced once. The quality was not very good and it took a long time to print. When I tried to use it recently the disc didn't move and it spewed ink every ware.
Summary: I've had a long and "complicated" history with my Dymo Discpainter. Like most relationships that endure past the proverbial seven year itch...my Dymo and I have settled into a comfortable relationship of compromise: (1) I don't expect it to always consistently print the same output quality, (2)...