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Old August 27th, 2006, 01:47 PM   #1
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Screenprinting DVDs

Hey All-

So I know there are multiple methods of getting an image onto a DVD (thermal, inkjet, sticker, etc) and was wondering about the functionality of hand screenprinting images onto a DVD. I know that some companies use machine screenprinting when mass producing DVDs. Do they use special DVDs to print onto? I am thinking about using just white inkjet DVDs, which I have a hunch would work. Has anyone tried this or have any thoughts on it?

Also, I do realize that this method would be highly impractical. I'm just a fan of that whole hand-made aesthetic thing.


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