DYMO DISCPAINTER MANUAL PDF

Resistant to smearing and color bleeding from contact with liquids. Water-proof Note Different disc finishes require different ink densities the amount of ink deposited by the printer in order to optimize print quality. You can adjust the ink density for the various types of disc finishes. Most discs should dry within seconds; however, depending on ink density, some discs may require much longer to dry. In general, do not touch the printed surface until you are sure it is dry and only handle the disc by holding the edge. Note The printer is designed to print only on inkjet-printable discs.

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Page 2 No part of this document or the software may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Sanford, L. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. Page 4 Caring for Your Printer In addition to printing disc designs on the DiscPainter printer, you can design and print jewel case covers and inserts, and other types of projects on a standard inkjet printer.

Inkjet-printable discs can be hub-printable also called full face or full coverage or non hub- printable. Most discs should dry within seconds; however, depending on ink density, some discs may require much longer to dry. In general, do not touch the printed surface until you are sure it is dry and only handle the disc by holding the edge. If you are not sure the ink is completely dry, leave the disc to set overnight.

The settings are described in detail in this chapter. When you are finished selecting printer features, click Print. Controlling Print Quality The Print Quality setting you choose is determined by the complexity of your design and the type of disc you are using. Setting Description Uses less ink and the printed image is less dense. Recommended setting for inkjet- Matte 1 - 5 printable discs with a matte finish. However, you can change these values if you need to expand or reduce the printable area on the disc see "Customizing the Inner and Outer Diameter" on page 12 for information.

To select the disc setting Choose Page Setup from the File menu. Printing Multiple Copies You can easily print multiple copies of the same disc image. After each print job is finished printing, the Ink LED on top of the printer blinks yellow to indicate the print job is finished. Page Printing To The Discpainter Printer For details about printing using a particular program, see the documentation included with that program. Below are some general tips on using the printer with other applications.

Select Printer Features from the menu below the Presets menu. Select the desired features from the Printer Features menus. However, if for some reason you are not using Discus for DYMO, these print options can be controlled directly. Note The settings you define as described above are saved until you change them. However, if you change the print options from within an application such as Adobe Photoshop , the settings you define are not saved. Each disc manufacturer uses their own formula for this coating, making the ink absorption characteristics different from manufacturer to manufacturer.

The Ink Density setting allows you to select the amount of ink used when printing your designs based on the type of disc you are using and the look you prefer. The printing process varies to some degree with different applications. Sample files for several common applications are provided to simplify printing from Select and open the sample file appropriate for the program you are using. However, if you are printing from another application, you may need to manually control the printer settings.

When you are ready to print an image, follow the steps in this section.

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Page 2 No part of this document or the software may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means or translated into another language without the prior written consent of Sanford, L. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders. Page 4 Caring for Your Printer In addition to printing disc designs on the DiscPainter printer, you can design and print jewel case covers and inserts, and other types of projects on a standard inkjet printer. Inkjet-printable discs can be hub-printable also called full face or full coverage or non hub- printable. Most discs should dry within seconds; however, depending on ink density, some discs may require much longer to dry. In general, do not touch the printed surface until you are sure it is dry and only handle the disc by holding the edge.

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Vikasa Controlling Print Quality The Photo tab also has a collage effect that allows you get even more creative with your pictures, allowing a unique look in a professional way. You can then remove the finished disc and insert a blank disc for the next print job. Fast, normal, best Inkjet Density: Please assign your manual to a product: The DiscPainter printer software included with your printer is all the software you need to print from any application to the DiscPainter printer. A similar print from an older Epson R provide more even color. Our goal is to provide you with a quick access to the content of the user manual for Dymo DiscPainter. Remove the old cartridge.

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