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Proper Upkeep Series – Part 1 Malware and Virus Protection

On November 9th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

It wasn’t long ago that I was still booting up my Dell PC that I had bought during my freshman year of college. That computer was easily 8 years old. Although I wasn’t running anything intensive, it was alive and perfectly functional.  Over the last three years, I have gone through 2 desktops and 3..

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What Can CopyStack Do For You?

On October 9th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Long-time users of Microtech’s line of optical disc duplicators might have never noticed the little program called CopyStack sitting on their system, or if they did they probably never used it. We thought we’d take a few minutes to tell you about in the hope that some of you might find it usefull and save yourself some..

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Printing Options for CD/DVD and Blu-ray Discs™

On September 13th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Choosing a CD/DVD/Blu-ray Disc™ printing method is one of the biggest factors in producing your own optical disc product.  There are a range of options each with benefits for image quality or economical running costs. Xpression Thermal Black monochrome prints that are durable and waterproof.    The printer utilizes low cost ribbon supplies and shiny silver..

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How a disc publisher handles media

On August 28th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

THERE ARE MORE THAN TWO WAYS TO GRIP A DISC The next time you sit down with the task of designing a gripper to pick up CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray™ discs for your next automated disc publisher, you’ll no doubt realize that you have a lot of options.  You can use vacuum cups or an..

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Which Ribbon is Best for Your TEAC Disc Printer?

On July 16th, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

If you demand high quality indelible printing on CDs, DVDs, or Blu-ray Discs™, a Thermal Disc Printer is your best option.  Thermal disc printers are designed to produce photo-quality images directly on your discs in high volume quantities.  The question is, what is the ideal printer ribbon for your specific requirements?  Let’s take a look..

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The Growing Trend of Robotic DVD Duplicators | Do They Reduce Your Labor Costs?

On March 3rd, 2012, posted in: Blog Post by 0 Comment

Do you need to publish or replicate data on a disc, but dread the time, effort, and cost that operating a manually operated disc publishing system will inevitably require? In order to duplicate content, these manually operated pieces of equipment need constant supervision, quality assurance, and manual loading by a human operator, whose salary for..

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