I've used Sure Thing CD Labeler Deluxe for many years with much success, and it supports a wide number of printers. You can also get the booklets, labels and other pages that go with it from many vendors or use standard printer paper. http://www.surething.com/?af=ST-DLX-02
It also has the ability to print directly on CD disks if you have printable surfaces on your CDs and have a printer with that capability.
--- On Thu, 11/8/12, Grant, Tyra <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
From: Grant, Tyra <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Printers & stock for jewel case inserts
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Date: Thursday, November 8, 2012, 1:34 PM
Could anyone point me to affordable printers & stock that work well for printing CD/DVD jewel case inserts?
Priorities include: affordability, compatibility (of printer with stock) and we'd like to be able to create presentable (i.e., not cheap) looking inserts. Hand-feeding stock would be acceptable since we don't do production work---mostly work on-request to produce small numbers of copies of existing content for in-house use or for users requesting copies.
I've been hunting online but that's impossible.
I'd really appreciate recommendations based on experience from a community I trust.
University of Kansas Libraries
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