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We use two types of specialized disc imprinters with different technologies for a range of choices from economical to best-in-class photographic quality. The printing options below presents the most requested imprinting with their major characteristics. Details can be viewed from the left-hand side links.

Ink Jet Lower cost with some restrictions on usable media. Potential for bleeding depending on color saturation, water-resistant and fairly UV stable. Prints almost to the edge and does not print into the hub zone. 1440 dpi x 1440 dpi.
Black/Gray Scale A thermal process using true black that uses micro-sized dots conceptually similar to ink jet. Bleed-Free, water-repellent and UV stable. Prints to the edge and into the hub zone. 400 dpi/290 lpi and 256 shades of gray.
Color Thermal Resin A thermal process using CMYK that uses micro-sized dots conceptually similar to ink jet. Bleed-Free, water-repellent and UV stable. Prints to the edge and into the hub zone. 400 dpi/290 lpi.
Photographic Dye Sublimation A unique thermal process using CMYK that provides better results than silk-screening. Solid dye is vaporized and transferred onto the media. Bleed-Free, water-repellent and UV stable. Prints to the edge and into the hub zone. 400 dpi/290 lpi.
VersaMax Greatest media compatibility. The thermal process applies a white substrate before imprinting CMY. Produces black by mixing CMY. Bleed-Free, water-repellent and UV stable. Prints to the edge and into the hub zone. 400 dpi/290 lpi.

 

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