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NCI Introduces UltraPrint-M Metal Everest Printable Media

Postby Ian on Mon Feb 04, 2008 10:11 pm

North Coast Interactive, Inc. Introduces UltraPrint-M™ Metal Everest Printable Media.

North Coast Interactive is proud to announce the immediate availability of UltraPrint-M™ Metal Everest Printable Media. UltraPrint-M™ media is the latest addition to NCI's industry leading line of Everest Printable Media products. The “M” series of CD-R media features a unique uniform fully metalized surface that eliminates color shifts across the surface of the media. With UltraPrint-M™ there is no gray or bright silver/white ring around the center of the discs to throw off the colors of the print which is a common problem with competing products. This makes them ideal for color critical applications, particularly those with light colors or fades near the center of the disc. Of course, they work great with darker colors too, making them the best choice for all applications. Finally, UltraPrint-M™ is available with a clear (silver effect) surface, making it the only fully hub printable silver disc on the market.

“UltraPrint-M™ marks a huge step forward in print quality for media in this price range, for both white and stunning full silver effect prints.” explains Thomas Blaha, President of North Coast Interactive, Inc. “Since the Everest printer came to market, users have been forced to choose expensive media for perfect prints, or live with the quality deficiencies of lower cost media. With the introduction of UltraPrint-M™, that choice no longer has to be made.”

Like all NCI Everest Printable media, UltraPrint-M™ features a proprietary printable coating which is applied in the USA. This coating is engineered specifically for the thermal re-transfer printing process used in Everest Printers which results in optimal adherence of very sharp, highly detailed prints to the surface of the disc. UltraPrint-M™ media is guaranteed to print properly from edge to edge, with perfect image edge retention. All UltraPrint™ media is also duplication grade A with very low error rates, making them ideal for all applications including music and data. Finally, this media has very flat outside and inside edges which interface with the Everest robotic grippers. This results in fewer misfeeds and maximizes printer uptime and printer throughput.

UltraPrint-M™ Metal Everest Printable media is available immediately in 700 MB (80 min) 52X CD-R hub printable white and hub printable silver formats from the NCI online store. General information on UltraPrint-M™ Metal Everest Printable media and all the other UltraPrint™ discs can also be found at our website.

About North Coast Interactive, Inc.:
North Coast Interactive, Inc. is a leading supplier and producer of high quality Everest Printable media, and is currently the only supplier with manufacturing facilities in the US. Unlike its foreign competition, NCI's production is customer centric and geared toward consistent quality across the product line. Local manufacturing allows for tighter quality control and more responsiveness to customer needs and input. Since its introduction in 2005, the UltraPrint™ product line had has grow to be the largest available from a single source, currently comprised of over 18 formats available in both white and silver (clear) surfaces.
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Postby Scour on Tue Feb 05, 2008 6:02 pm

Never heard about it, but sounds interesting. But I don´t think I´ll see that media in Europe
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Postby MediumRare on Tue Feb 05, 2008 6:06 pm

The best printable surface is worthless if the medium is no good. Do you know who actually makes the discs prior to surfacing? If it's CrapMediaTek, then forget it...

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Postby Ian on Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:40 pm

I've been meaning to ask these guys for some samples. If I get some, I'll let you know the actual manufacturer.
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Postby Scour on Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:47 pm

MediumRare wrote: If it's CrapMediaTek, then forget it...

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Dunno this one ;)
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