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01-23-2005, 05:35 PM
I'm sure this has been discussed in the past, but my memory needs to be refreshed.
What are some good types of paper for printing out CD Covers? :hmm:
My printer is a HP psc 950
That depends on how much you want to spend, I've experimented with many different ones. I only use Jetprint everyday photo paper. It's glossy, thin, folds well, prints out fantastic and costs about $10 for 60 sheets, much cheaper than other photo paper, that's my recommendation, Al
01-29-2005, 02:58 PM
Hi Everybody (Andr? from Port Elizabeth (The Friendly City) - Eastern Cape - South Africa)
I'm using a EPSON Stylus Photo R300 Printer that print directly onto the Verbatim "Printable Surface" Disc's - the Image is really the best so far and I have used and tried out everything on the (South African) Market.
I ONLY use Pearl White Gloss Photo Copier A4 Size Paper for the Back of My Compact Disc Jewel Cases and DVD' (it is from Sweden and 100g/m thick with 500 per Ream) and ONLY use Canon CLC Super Fine Pearl White 160g/m Colour Laser Copier Card Sheet Paper from France for the Front of My Jewel Cases - also A4 size and it comes in 250 pages per Ream)
I have made Myself Templates in Corel Draw for My Compact Disc Covers Front and Back and also for My DVD's.
If anything is needed Please E-Mail Me and I will help where ever I can.
I have been making Covers and Labels since 1994 for Many (Elvis) Friends all over the World and would like to share it with You all. I will soon post all My covers that I have made over the past Years on TCB.
God Bless and Take Care
Ps: I have a Total of 8.209 Covers Backed-Up on Jaz Disc already and have a Total of 1,864 Compact Disc's and DVD's - herewith a Picture of some of My Collection.
02-06-2005, 06:47 PM
Wow ElvisFanSA!!! Incredible collection you have there... I love those CD units... Mine are spread over several units in different locations. Are these store bought units or self made? just curious...
That's a lot of Sleeves you have backed up too! Great post!
I hope you share some soon.
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