Wow, check this out. DYMO’s DiscPainter can help you create professional quality CD covers so you can keep working from home like me. :p
The DYMO DiscPainter creates excellent artwork for your CD’s and DVD’s, and it does it in a speedy fashion, but the real downfall of this device is the cost of operation. The device itself costs $280. The ink cartridges cost $39 a piece, which puts the the cost per disc at $0.39 for the cost of ink alone. You also have to factor in the cost of the CD’s, DVD’s, or miniDisc’s. DYMO recommends using waterproof glossy or matte finish CD-R’s, which can cost about $0.50 a pop. The manufacturer claims a lifespan of the DiscPainter at 2,000 uses. So when you do the math, you are looking at roughly $1.00 per disc (printer, CD/DVD’s, ink).