Print Suggestions for DVD Covers

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      Avatarsvtcobraltd
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      What is everyone using for a printer? I just need a basic printer but need it to be able to print borderless and print decent quality as I do print photo’s and DVD covers/labels.

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      AvatarEarlC
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      I use the Epson380 (discontinued) and suspect the current iteration, whatever that model may be, is equally reliable. The reason I’ve kept with the 380 is that I have a GREAT continuous bulk ink supply that greatly reduces my printing costs for DVDs and cover inserts, etc. With the Ink Caddy II, for the Epson 260/380 (both, I think, discontinued, but some people in our business say they find them on E-bay, Amazon and elsewhere for cheap) I get the equivalent of 11 6-cartridge replacements for $60.

      I don’t know if there is a current Ink Caddy, or other brand/model continuous ink supply for any other printers or Epson print models, but these are the best things to happen in the cheap printer with expensive inks industry. I purchased my stuff from denverdisk or disc (cannot remember the k or c) formerly reliant digital.

    • #183991
      Avatarsvtcobraltd
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      I was looking at the Epson Workforce 500 printer but would rather just get a basic photo printer if it prints good quality.

      At work we have a Epson Stylus R220 and that is what I am using. So anything at that quality and higher would be fine.

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