A common used printer to print your dvd media which is cheap and user friendly is the widely known
epson R200,R200,R300,R320 these have the functions to print directly onto your discs when used with full face white ink jet
printables.....Paper Labels are considered a NO NO when disc printing as miss alignment,and ink saturation some problems to mention....For better results print directly onto disc....
You can also purchase a chip re-setter for your ink cartridges depending on make n model,lets say you just used ink
cart n empty n ink monitor shows empty on screen re-fill your empty cart ,re-drill at top if after re-fill n place in chip
re-setter n when you place back in printer thinks new cart n ink level full....
Another cheap way in the long run is to purchase a Continuous Ink System (CIS) these widely available for HP,EPSON,CANNON
etc...From epson you can pick up a refurbished epson R300 for 60$ and a (CIS) ink system from print on a dime.
If you do your homework you can be printing nice media for as low as 4 cents a disc...and be re-filling every 5-6 months
here are some pics....hope this helps anybody interested or just others who want to save some bucks on ink....
check this link to see CIS CONTINUOUS INK SYSTEMS ,I have seen these in action and they are very very
Any Feedback welcome hope this helps you on your way to cool covers n disc