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    Hub labels?

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    by gralfus ·

    I have tried CD/DVD hub labels in the past, but quit because I couldn’t find a way to get them on consistently straight.

    Do any of you who use them have a good method?

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    • #3350472

      Printing

      by choppit ·

      In reply to Hub labels?

      Have you considered using printable disks?

      • #3350463

        Print on the hub?

        by gralfus ·

        In reply to Printing

        If they are printable on the hub, I might consider it. But that would mean investing in a new printer, and foregoing all the CDs I already have purchased.

        • #3352124

          They do make

          by jdclyde ·

          In reply to Print on the hub?

          a printer that prints right on the CD.

          Don’t need a special CD that I know of.

        • #3331023

          Yes, for the body of the CD

          by gralfus ·

          In reply to They do make

          The CD printers that I have seen work on the body of the CD, not the hub. The point of hub labels is that they use the typically unclaimed center ring that is usually transparent.

    • #3350469

      Re: Hub labels

      by craig herberg ·

      In reply to Hub labels?

      Try the CD Stomper, by Avery. I think I got it on sale at Micro Center for about $10. These are easy to use, and the result is usually within about 1/64″ of dead center.

      Craig Herberg

      • #3350464

        Stomper

        by gralfus ·

        In reply to Re: Hub labels

        I found that the diameter of the stomper spindle (the nubbin at the top) was a lot smaller than the inner diameter of the hub label, thus leading to a significant amount of slack. Maybe it is the brand of label I was using.

        • #3350448

          Re: Stomper

          by craig herberg ·

          In reply to Stomper

          Get the ones specifically made for it. Not only do they fit very well, they also have tear-off “handles” that make alignment fairly easy. (I don’t want to curse you, by saying “can’t miss”:-).

          Craig Herberg

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