Reviews and Problems with Dymo DiscPainter 1738260
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new graphics and not just burning them.
2 March 2013
Summary: After a few tries I finally managed to win one and now I'm able to put graphics and on my blank cd's and not just making them. I also plan to make money once I duplicate my cd's into new ones.
Summary: Product worked as described,excellent value. still kicking. DiscPainter has proven to be an excellent product. does not work with my Imac 10.7 os, but works excellent with my windows XP.benefits out weight the small obstacles.
Good job for small runs. Dont count on the free software. Use your own,,,
5 June 2012
Summary: This is the 2nd one I have owned, I used the first one so much I must have burned it out. The quality is great. I buy the blank CD or DVD's on eBay, it will print on matte or gloss blanks. For the money its the best out there, The other cd printers may have a hopper to be able to print 30 dvd's and walk away however the cost goes up so much if you are a short run printer like me this is the answer.
Compact, smooth and silent operation, beautiful results
9 July 2011
Summary: A remarkable product. The Dymo Disk Painter prints professional quality labels from a large gallery of patterns included with the software. The software is compatible with additional software galleries, in my case SureThing CD Labeler Platinum. The free trial version won't work. Because of a determined competitive bidder I wound up paying the exact "new" price of the hardware(its been discontinued)which was $285.00.
Summary: I like yhe disc painter very much. It does everything I want it to do. It works beautifully on my 32-bit hard drive, however it will not work on my 64-bit hard drive. I believe this is the reason they quit making it and maybe the sales weren't enough to warrant keeping the unit. I use dockable hard drives on my computer so I have no problem when I want to paint a disk. I hope that someone like can will pick this up from Dymo, improve it and put it back on the market.
Summary: This device is a dream. It is quiet, fast, and fun to watch work. The results are amazingly crisp. It's small, fitting nicely on top of a vertical PC case or tucked into a shallow bookshelf. The software that comes with it is surprisingly good, especially for image collages and circular/spiral text. Is the cost high? I guess it's relative.
Love it! So fun to use and the quality is perfect!
Jenny C., Amazon
12 April 2010
Summary: I am very pleased with my new Discpainter. It is clearly the disc labeling device that manufacturers had been promising for years but never could quite deliver. It produces all the speed and quality one would expect, without all the complexity and disappointment of previous labeling systems. Before the DiscPainter I used the Hewlett Packard LightScribe disc labeling system. It was so slow that I think I am still waiting for some of my labeling jobs to finish.