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Monday, January 29, 2007
MF Digital Partners with Teac


MF Digital announced the partnership with Teac to add its robotics system to the Teac Dye Sublimation printer for automated direct-to-disc labeling.

Teac's P55 printer offer a resolution of 400DPI which is equivalent to 290LPI - the highest in the industry. This allows the print quality to hold more detail then even silk-screen solutions. In addition, the P55 printer does not bleed between colors, is smudge proof, waterproof, scratch resistant and very stable under UV light.

In addition, Teac uses black ink cartridges rather then using Cyan, Magenta and Yellow to produce a composite black. This benefits the user in several ways; most importantly it produces a "true" black, but it also reduces the cost per print.

MF Digital's automated printing solutions are available with all Scribe PC CD/DVD duplication system and Director Publishing solution.


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