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The demise of thermal printing

One of the best developments in the disc printing industry over the last few years has been the dramatic improvement in the quality of inkjet printing technology. We're not talking about domestic desktop paper printers which double as disc printers, but the industrial grade, robotics machines. With a capacity of around 500 discs, photo quality print way beyond what thermal print can offer, deep rich, colour density and the ability for glossy, scratch resistant coating, could this spell the end of even the latest upgrade of thermal printers?
If you are a consumer of printed disc media, you should ask your supplier to show you the difference between these options, you'll be amazed at what is now possible.

Published by David | April 2010 | Tag : News | 1 comments


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