Summary: Like a lot of people, I used to print labels, but problems like not sticking 100% or air bubbles or peeling at the edges happen. I still have some labels left so I am using a 2" wide wallpaper roller to smooth them down onto the disk so it sticks a whole lot better. BUT printing directly to the disk is so much better (obviously). True you have to let the disk dry 24 hours, but guess what, I had to let the labels dry too! No chance of air bubbles, no peeling, no problems!
Summary: I had this printer before, but it was stolen. I liked the idea of labeling my disks, so I decided to buy another. Great product, have had a lot of fun with it. Works great! Would recommend again.
Summary: The printer was purchased as a replacement for a R200 that I have had for years. The R200 is used mostly for printing on DVDs. It is easy to use and very affordable when it comes to ink usage. And it also has a relatively small foot print !
Great printer that has impressed me from the day I got my first Espon R200
14 June 2011
Summary: Great printer, I got this printer because I owned one previously, and knew the great quality prints it produces. It will be used as a mobile printer for wife's photography business and is much easier to transport then our Epson 810 which produces the same quality prints. This was a great buy! And I would definitely recommend, if you can a working one, get it!
Summary: I now own two of these printers. I decided to find and buy another (Second) since they are no longer manufactured as a replacement incase the one I have owned for 5 years decided to fail. I purchased a Continuious Ink Flow System that feeds the ink to the six individual ink cartridges. Yes Six! Lowering to almost eliminating the purchase of ink per year. This printer also will print directly on a CD or DVD with the use of it's disc adapter.
Summary: I like the cd/dvd label print function, however some settings must be changed to make it perform like it should. The first label with default settings took 42 minutes, then after a few adjustments the second one took 3 minutes. I purchased a CIS system and have enough ink to last "forever". The paper tray holds a stack about an inch thick. I am using it as a network printer. I will be looking for an additional one just like it.