Optical disc publisher specialist Primera Technology, Inc., today announced its Bravo 4051 Disc Publisher (DP-4051 in Europe, Scandinavia and Middle East), a device that prints a 100% coverage disc in just six seconds.
This new model delivers the same performance as Primera’s Bravo 4100-Series which have a 100-disc capacity, but with a 50-disc capacity and a lower price of $2495 (MSRP).
Bravo 4051 prints full-color, 100% coverage discs in just 6 seconds each.
Features of the Bravo 4051 include:
– 6 seconds per disc print speed (default high-quality print mode)
– Individual CMYK ink cartridges – delivers lower ink cost per disc
– One high-speed Sony Optiarc CD/DVD drive
– 4800 dpi print quality
– 300% faster robotics than previous models
– Interior blue LED lighting with job status feedback
– Seventh-generation disc picking mechanism
– Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7 and Mac OS X 10.6 (or higher), including OS X LionT (10.7)
– Optional Blu-ray Disc recordable drive with eSATA interface for true 12x BD-R recording speeds
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…Primera’s Bravo 4100-Series Disc Publishers and Printers are the fastest desktop disc printers and publishers in the world. It takes just six (6) seconds to print each disc with 100% coverage in near-perfect quality. Features include separate ink cartridges for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK)…
How long does the print take when you include disc picking mechanism?
Just a little over 20 seconds. The 4100 series includes the improvements to the disc picking mechanism that were developed in the last Xi update. That makes the mechanics about 300% faster than previous Bravo units.
What about print costs?
The 4100 Series has separate ink cartridges for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. (The first Primera printer or publisher to do this.) This means you replace only the color that needs replenishing, saving money on each printed disc. This places the cost per disc at around 6 to 12-cents per disc. This is definitely Primera’s most affordable disc publishing option.
Any other changes?
The chassis has been updated and now has more metal parts. It makes the unit slightly heavier but more robust.