Reviews and Problems with Dymo DiscPainter 1738260
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The way disc printing should be...
C. Weinhold, Amazon
29 April 2010
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.
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.
Summary: I just bought this over the weekend and the product produces a high quality product. Mind you this is not intended to compete with commercialized products but in my opinion outside of costs, far superior to the Espon series. No jams, feeding errors, etc with this machine.
Summary: I have been using my new DiscPainter for close to a month now. It has been exciting creating beautiful CD/DVD covers without having to first digest a complex instruction manual. I found it exceptionally easy to navigate the software as there are no confusing configurations to work out as was the...
Summary: I believe in dedication and this printer reflects it. I have a USB hub on my network with an Epson Stylus Photo R1800 and a Dymo LabelWriter 400 Turbo -- and the DiscPainter is a worthy addition.
Summary: I just used the Discpainter to print a few hundred CDs for a wedding. I had left the world of CD art in 2003 because I thought "stickies" (CD labels) were a bad compromise (too much effort, error and poor quality). But I think now I'm back thanks to this little doohickey.
I was nervous about investing in this little printer...
S. C. Lykins "range rider", Amazon
16 April 2009
Summary: ...having read the reviews, I held off for a bit and did not order this printer for fear of spending a good chunk of money on something that would disappoint. But the alternatives were even more disappointing.
Summary: I just got done transferring all my old tapes and VHS tapes to DVD's. I needed something to label them and this is perfect. I have a Mac and it works wonderfully with it and the quality is awesome. It was easy to figure out, hook up and use! I am very happy with it and it completed my project!
Once you use this you'll never use another sticker CD label again!
17 November 2008
Summary: I've used sticker CD labels extensively for many years without any problems. In my opinion CD Stomper is an excellent cheap way to make great looking CD labels. With that, this is not to say I was looking for a better alternative, like some of those who have a strong resentment for this type of CD...
Summary: OK, so every time I purchase anything of consequence I search review after review, but I almost never write one(tsk!) Had to write one for my new friend and colleague, the Dymo DiscPainter. Takes just minutes to set up, software is intuitive and simple to master.