Microboards Daisy-Chainable LightScribe Duplicator (Discontinued)
For runs of LightScribe discs so large that you simply can’t wait, the all-new Microboards NET-10 and NET-20 daisy-chainable, multi-configuration tower duplicators are now available with LightScribe capabilities. Connect towers together to maximize throughput. A NET-20 tower is a set of two ten-bay towers that connect together. Connect additional NET-10 towers to keep the flow going. Need 60 discs now? Connect six towers together! Need runs of 120 at a time? No problem, keep daisy-chaining towers to meet your needs!
CopyWriter Pro LightScribe Duplicator (Discontinued)
Burn LightScribe CD-Rs, DVD+Rs, or DVD-Rs one at a time or by the thousands with the CopyWriter LightScribe Tower Duplicators. Burn CDs at 48X and DVDs at 24X. When the job completes, turn the discs over and print ten labels all at once with LightScribe’s laser-etching technology by HP. Never worry about ink or ribbon costs again! New: LightScribe towers now offer a networkable option, as well as CopyLock copy protection software (see tabs below).
Microboards QDL-3000 LightScribe CD DVD Autoloader (Discontinued)
Do you have occasions where you need to make a few quick copies of a LightScribe CD or DVD project but didn’t have the time to run them through your computer or on a manual tower and didn’t have the budget for the larger robotic duplicators? Of course you’ve experienced that! The QDL-3000-LS from Microboards Technology is the perfect solution for LightScribe CD and DVD jobs. With a small manageable footprint not much larger than a shoe box, the QDL-3000-LS fits in any office or cubicle and works unattended to make up to 60 copies per run.
Microboards QDL-1000 LightScribe AutoLoader (Discontinued)
Now available from Microboards is the industry’s most space-efficient automated LightScribe CD/DVD duplicator. Measuring in at just 9″ high and 16″ wide, the QDL-1000 Quic Disc Loader is the easiest way to automatically duplicate up to 25 LightScribe CDs or DVDs discs at a time. The QDL is also capable of etching labels onto LightScribe discs. The QDL’s reliable, robotic arm picks up discs from the lower tray, lifts them to the recording drive, and deposits finished CDs and DVDs in the output tray, ready for use.