Microboards is shipping the DX-1, a disc-creation system with high-speed DVD/CD recorder and industrial printing technology from HP, along with custom label design and recording software.
Co-developed with Hewlett Packard, the DX-1 uses large-capacity ink cartridges to lower the cost-per-disc in ink by a reported 60 percent.
The out of the package solution contains a publisher with full automation, printing, and recording capabilities, as well as software for label design and recording. The unit features 16X DVD recording and 48X CD recording, and supports virtually every disc format for CD and DVD, including the dual layer DVD standard.
Microboards’ patented gravity-feeding “singulation” technology loads and unloads CDs with minimal moving parts and in a small area. The integrated disc printer is capable of up to 4800 dpi printing in full color. The unit can print up to 75 discs per hour, dependant on coverage and resolution, and ink consumption costs as little as $.05 to $.15 per disc. MSRP: $2,995.
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