High Quality Using "A-Grade-Diamond" (True Silver) CD-R Media / Disc, the bottom side is silver, looks like Replicated-Disc, Higher-Quality, Offering Longer Life, Greater Compatibility with Most-Players, Unlike the Greenish-Economical option.
High Resolution, using High Quality Ink, Offering Longer Life, Great Colors and Detail, on High-Quality Stock / Paper, Unlike the Economical option
Silkscreening is most appropriate for up to 3 color printing – especially if the colors are PMS colors, and for solid ink coverage. With silkscreening, ink is applied to a screen and forced through the holes in a stencil to create an image on the surface of the disc. Silkscreen printing can include up to 5 single colors, for 4 color process (CMYK) we recommend Offset printing over Silkscreening.
Offset printing provides higher quality image at175 lines per inch (vs. 85-135 lines per inch for silkscreen). Offset printing applies 4 layers of ink (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) on-disc. The more lines per inch, the smoother and clearer the printing looks. Offset printing is ideal for intricate full-color designs, skin tones, and crisp text. It is the only chose for photo quality printing.
What is the difference between Ecopack-wrap and Shrink-wrap?
Ecopack-wrap and Shrink-warp are commonly used as an overwrap on many types of CD and DVD packaging, including Sleeves, Jackets, Wallets and DigiPaks. A transparent plastic film is used for warping and packaging the product.
Ecopack-wrap is an elegant option for CD / DVD packaging, Using much thicker poly film to over-wrap CD / DVD Jackets, sleeves, DigiPaks and Slim-jewel cases and your disc and printed media well NOT be exposed to additional heat during packaging. less heat, less electricity, more eco friendly, nature friendly and environmentally friendly and all for the same price and Shrink-wrap only Abet Disc!
Shrink-warp is perfectly suitable for large quantity of CD / DVD replication packaging. Automated packaging equipment are used for heat applying to shrink the plastic film tightly over whatever it is covering. Heat is applied by passing the product through a heat tunnel/oven on a conveyor belt and a very small hole is punched through the film so the air can escape.