Microboards Announces End-of-Life for Legacy Printers and Publishers

Sometimes in life, a new technology comes along and displaces an old one, leaving users no choice but to go forward. Think of the transition from cassette tapes to CDs, or from analog to digital television broadcasting. Like it or not, these technologies became the new standards for their industries. The disc printing industry is [...]

5 Things You Should Know Before Buying A CD Printer

Creating your own customized discs with a CD printer is not just for hobbyists. For many people, it is their business. Everyone from musicians and videographers to software companies, churches, and other professionals depend on automated disc printers to distribute their works to customers. Whether you already own a disc printer or you’re thinking about [...]

What’s Inside CD Printer Ink Cartridges?

There was a fascinating article on Wired Magazine’s website the other day that caught my attention. In it, the author analyzes the contents of an ordinary inkjet printer cartridge to find out what makes those little things so expensive. As we know, the majority of automated disc printers use inkjet printing systems. This is because [...]

News Updates: Duplication Industry 2011 Roundup

Here are a few quick news briefs and bulletins on what’s going on in the CD duplication and consumer electronics industries as they relate to optical media. Sony Corporation has announced that they will resume production of optical media (including BD-R discs) by the end of May 2011. The Tagajyo Plant is the last of [...]

Microboards Print Factory Pro Autoprinter Overview [Video]

If you are in the market for an automatic DVD/CD disc printer, you may be considering the Print Factory Pro machine from Microboards. A written product review can only cover so much, so for this one we decided to make a video instead! This allows you to see the machine in action and decide for [...]