Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures inserted potentially cause damage of CDROM ?



TANDEX
07-10-2005, 02:00 AM
Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures printed (using Silk Screen Printing)
technology) potentially cause damage of CDROM or damage of the laser?
Printing of a picture potentially causes asymmetry of a disk and it can
affect a condition of a CDROM device?

Jim Macklin
07-10-2005, 02:00 AM
not likely.

AS long as the disk is balanced and the inks are thin. The
laser is on the bottom so it won't be effected by printing
on the top.


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"TANDEX" <TANDEX@TANDEX.COM> wrote in message
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| Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures printed (using
Silk Screen Printing)
| technology) potentially cause damage of CDROM or damage of
the laser?
| Printing of a picture potentially causes asymmetry of a
disk and it can
| affect a condition of a CDROM device?
|
|

Jim
07-10-2005, 02:00 AM
Once, I marked a (music)cd-r with a sharpie without a paper label on the cd
and it came through the other side. the cd was ruined and the music wouldn't
play.

"TANDEX" <TANDEX@TANDEX.COM> wrote in message
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> Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures printed (using Silk Screen
> Printing) technology) potentially cause damage of CDROM or damage of the
> laser? Printing of a picture potentially causes asymmetry of a disk and it
> can affect a condition of a CDROM device?
>

Bob I
07-10-2005, 02:00 AM
Interesting, as the ONLY thing we use are "Sharpies"(tm) to write
directly on the cd label area. We have done this for years, on literally
hundreds of CD's without a single problem.

Jim wrote:

> Once, I marked a (music)cd-r with a sharpie without a paper label on the cd
> and it came through the other side. the cd was ruined and the music wouldn't
> play.
>
> "TANDEX" <TANDEX@TANDEX.COM> wrote in message
> news:u4gHfevgFHA.3448@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
>
>>Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures printed (using Silk Screen
>>Printing) technology) potentially cause damage of CDROM or damage of the
>>laser? Printing of a picture potentially causes asymmetry of a disk and it
>>can affect a condition of a CDROM device?
>>
>
>
>

Jim
07-10-2005, 02:00 AM
Well if you say it's true then it must be huh?
"Bob I" <birelan@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Interesting, as the ONLY thing we use are "Sharpies"(tm) to write directly
> on the cd label area. We have done this for years, on literally hundreds
> of CD's without a single problem.
>
> Jim wrote:
>
>> Once, I marked a (music)cd-r with a sharpie without a paper label on the
>> cd and it came through the other side. the cd was ruined and the music
>> wouldn't play.
>>
>> "TANDEX" <TANDEX@TANDEX.COM> wrote in message
>> news:u4gHfevgFHA.3448@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl...
>>
>>>Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures printed (using Silk Screen
>>>Printing) technology) potentially cause damage of CDROM or damage of the
>>>laser? Printing of a picture potentially causes asymmetry of a disk and
>>>it can affect a condition of a CDROM device?
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>


Could the CDR with the artwork/pictures inserted potentially cause damage of CDROM ?