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January 29, 2005 9:05:53 AM

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I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
cloth ?

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Anonymous
January 30, 2005 4:11:00 AM

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"george" <ddaish@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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>I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
> experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
> smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
> cloth ?
>

I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it works
very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though so
can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different to a
label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.
Anonymous
January 30, 2005 4:11:01 AM

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Did you buy your printer in the usa.If so where.
John.

Caitlin wrote:
> "george" <ddaish@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:1107007553.416235.184730@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>
>>I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
>>experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
>>smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
>>cloth ?
>>
>
>
> I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it works
> very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though so
> can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different to a
> label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.
>
>

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Anonymous
January 30, 2005 4:11:02 AM

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http://www.expansys-usa.com/product.asp?code=CAN_PIXMA_...

That place is reported to be selling imported Canon printers. I'm not sure
what one has to do about the power supply.



"John H." <jhensleys@att.net> wrote in message
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> Did you buy your printer in the usa.If so where.
> John.
>
> Caitlin wrote:
> > "george" <ddaish@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> > news:1107007553.416235.184730@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
> >
> >>I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
> >>experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
> >>smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
> >>cloth ?
> >>
> >
> >
> > I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it
works
> > very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though
so
> > can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different to
a
> > label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.
> >
> >
>
> --
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> * Magic Is Believing In Yourself*
>
> *if you can do that*
>
> * You Can Make Anything Happen *
>
January 30, 2005 7:48:59 AM

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Caitlin, thanks for the reply - & sticking to the subject !
January 30, 2005 1:32:02 PM

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Dan G wrote:
> http://www.expansys-usa.com/product.asp?code=CAN_PIXMA_...
>
> That place is reported to be selling imported Canon printers. I'm not sure
> what one has to do about the power supply.
>
>

There now using a multi voltage sensor, 110-240V, in the power supply
within the printers (like MAC computers phone chargers etc) the socket
for the power lead is usually a figure 8 shape with the appropriate
voltage plug attached. So the only difference is what power lead is
supplied.





>
> "John H." <jhensleys@att.net> wrote in message
> news:cCQKd.112558$w62.29055@bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net...
>
>>Did you buy your printer in the usa.If so where.
>>John.
>>
>>Caitlin wrote:
>>
>>>"george" <ddaish@yahoo.com> wrote in message
>>>news:1107007553.416235.184730@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>>>
>>>
>>>>I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
>>>>experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
>>>>smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
>>>>cloth ?
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it
>
> works
>
>>>very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though
>
> so
>
>>>can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different to
>
> a
>
>>>label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>--
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> * Magic Is Believing In Yourself*
>>
>> *if you can do that*
>>
>> * You Can Make Anything Happen *
>>
>
>
>
Anonymous
January 30, 2005 3:37:31 PM

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"Rob" <mesa@mine.com> wrote in message news:cth65c$tt4$1@nnrp.waia.asn.au...
>
>
> Dan G wrote:
>> http://www.expansys-usa.com/product.asp?code=CAN_PIXMA_...
>>
>> That place is reported to be selling imported Canon printers. I'm not
>> sure
>> what one has to do about the power supply.
>>
>>
>
> There now using a multi voltage sensor, 110-240V, in the power supply
> within the printers (like MAC computers phone chargers etc) the socket
> for the power lead is usually a figure 8 shape with the appropriate
> voltage plug attached. So the only difference is what power lead is
> supplied.
>

There is nothing on the back of my IP4000 to indicate this, and there
certainly is no voltage converter 'brick' like many other bits of equipment
I have that can handle multi voltage (laptop computer etc).

What do you base this statement on?
January 30, 2005 4:32:59 PM

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Caitlin wrote:
> "Rob" <mesa@mine.com> wrote in message news:cth65c$tt4$1@nnrp.waia.asn.au...
>
>>
>>Dan G wrote:
>>
>>>http://www.expansys-usa.com/product.asp?code=CAN_PIXMA_...
>>>
>>>That place is reported to be selling imported Canon printers. I'm not
>>>sure
>>>what one has to do about the power supply.
>>>
>>>
>>
>>There now using a multi voltage sensor, 110-240V, in the power supply
>>within the printers (like MAC computers phone chargers etc) the socket
>>for the power lead is usually a figure 8 shape with the appropriate
>>voltage plug attached. So the only difference is what power lead is
>>supplied.
>>
>
>
> There is nothing on the back of my IP4000 to indicate this, and there
> certainly is no voltage converter 'brick' like many other bits of equipment
> I have that can handle multi voltage (laptop computer etc).
>
> What do you base this statement on?
>
>

The canon we have here and the epson
Anonymous
January 31, 2005 5:55:02 PM

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In article Rob says...
> >>There now using a multi voltage sensor, 110-240V, in the power supply
> >>within the printers (like MAC computers phone chargers etc) the socket
> >>for the power lead is usually a figure 8 shape with the appropriate
> >>voltage plug attached. So the only difference is what power lead is
> >>supplied.
> >>
> >
> >
> > There is nothing on the back of my IP4000 to indicate this, and there
> > certainly is no voltage converter 'brick' like many other bits of equipment
> > I have that can handle multi voltage (laptop computer etc).
> >
> > What do you base this statement on?
> >
> >
>
> The canon we have here and the epson
>
>
The i865 had the figure 8 cord to local mains plug but the selfcontained
powerbrick in the base of the printer wasn't universal voltage. The i865
had no markings apart from what was moulded onto the powerunit. If the
iP4000 has a similar unit it would pay to check in case.
Anonymous
February 1, 2005 11:48:44 AM

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I have been very pleased with this feature on my Canon IP5000 and have
produced very creditable results, including printing a list of tracks on the
CD and if you wish, inserting a picture of the artist .

The "Background Settings" - "Gradation" - "Color Sample", produces some
amazing results.

Regarding the smudging, I tried rubbing the print on a discarded CD with a
wet finger, and the print smudged slightly.

Bob
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"george" <ddaish@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1107007553.416235.184730@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com...
>I am thinking of buying this Canon but would like to know if anyone has
> experience of printing directly onto cd-r. Are the printed images
> smudged or damaged by water - such as when wiping clean with a damp
> cloth ?
>
Anonymous
February 4, 2005 3:45:29 AM

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Caitlin wrote:
> I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it works
> very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though so
> can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different to a
> label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.


Is CD/DVD printing a feature of any of the IP4000 models sold in the US?

I can't find it mentioned at any vendor site or usa.canon.com



Bob
Anonymous
February 4, 2005 11:32:50 PM

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"Bob O`Bob" <filterbob@yahoogroups.com> wrote in message
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> Caitlin wrote:
> > I've used the CD/DVD printing feature quite a bit and have found it
> works
>> very well - the images look great. I haven't wet any of the DVDs though
>> so can't comment on this. I can't imagine that it would be any different
>> to a label printed on paper stock, as it's just a feature of the ink.
>
>
> Is CD/DVD printing a feature of any of the IP4000 models sold in the US?
>
> I can't find it mentioned at any vendor site or usa.canon.com
>
>
>
> Bob

No - the feature is only available in Europe and Australasia (maybe Asia
also?)
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