Primera Announces Affordable CD/DVD Duplication SystemPrimera Technology’s new Bravo SE disc publisher automates the burning and printing process using an advanced, sixth-generation robotic mechanism to transport discs into the built-in Pioneer DVR-11 3/22/2007 4:00 AM Eastern
Primera Announces Affordable CD/DVD Duplication System
Mar 22, 2007 8:00 AM
Primera Technology’s new Bravo SE disc publisher automates the burning and printing process using an advanced, sixth-generation robotic mechanism to transport discs into the built-in Pioneer DVR-111 DVD±R/CD-R recorder.
After recording, each CD or DVD is individually inkjet printed directly to disc in full color at up to 4800dpi resolution. Up to 20 discs per job can be produced automatically and hands-free, instead of copying discs one at a time and then printing and sticking labels.
Typical users include marketing, public relations, engineering and training departments, churches, schools, and other organizations that need to produce CDs and DVDs inhouse. Virtually any digital information can be recorded, including audio, data, video, and photos.
Bravo SE attaches to any PC running Windows 2000/XP through its high-speed USB 2.0 interface. Bravo SE comes equipped with PTPublisher SE duplication software. Developed by Primera specifically for Bravo SE, PTPublisher SE offers a complete, professional disc duplication solution that is easy to use. A professional labeling software program called SureThing CD Labeler Primera Edition is also included for graphic design.
Bravo SE also attaches to any Mac running Apple OS X. Included is CharisMac Engineering’s Discribe V5.0 duplication software along with design templates for Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
“Bravo SE provides a completely automated, high-quality publishing solution at the industry’s most affordable price,” says Mark D. Strobel, Primera Technology’s vice president of sales and marketing. “With its highly-attractive styling, small footprint and ease of use, Bravo SE will further solidify Primera’s Bravo series disc publishers as the world’s best-selling CD/DVD duplication and printing systems.”