Where to get blank CDs and CD jackets printed?

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Where to get blank CDs and CD jackets printed?

Post by Globs @ Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:24 pm

As title really, I need some CDs printed with the company name and somewhere that can print paper jackets for them, with company and details of software:

Then I can burn the software and send them off in 't post.

So can anyone recommend a good place please?
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Re: Where to get blank CDs and CD jackets printed?

Post by Käsemeister @ Sat Jun 28, 2008 2:45 pm

For ££100 or so you could buy a printer that does it for you..... something like the Canon Pixma 970 or the like - if you cost up the paper, ink and time, you'll find it's somewhat cheaper. Granted the results aren't quite as polished, but they're more than adequate.
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Re: Where to get blank CDs and CD jackets printed?

Post by stuart @ Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:47 am

I'm going to be after the same thing, we need some place that can package discs, burn them, label them, box them and print jackets etc.

Surely it's far too time consuming to do it all in house as orders come in?
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Re: Where to get blank CDs and CD jackets printed?

Post by randlemarcus @ Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:50 am

Its a scale thing... For 100 or less, do it yourself. For bigger numbers, (from memory the break point was around 2/300 a few years back) its better to get a production house to do the whole lot. Google "glass master" as thats the better replication method, and doesnt rely on fragile CDR/CDRW media. They'll be able to do the whole damned lot, and you end up with an excellent product, rather than something a bit half-cock.
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