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7-10] Where can I find jewel cases and CD sleeves?




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This article is from the CD-Recordable FAQ, by Andy McFadden (fadden@fadden.com) with numerous contributions by others.

7-10] Where can I find jewel cases and CD sleeves?

(2004/01/12)

There are many vendors. A few are listed below.

Incidentally, you have a lot of choices when it comes to CD packaging.
There are single-disc jewel cases, double-sized doubles, single-sized
doubles, triples, quads, sextuples, plain colors, neon colors, paper
envelopes, Tyvek envelopes, cardboard sleeves, clear jewel cases with black
trays, clear jewel cases with built-in trays, CD pockets for use in
three-ring binders, and on, and on.

If you can imagine it, it's probably up for sale.

Some URLs to start with:

http://www.bagsunlimited.com/
http://www.cdrom2go.com/
http://www.tape.com/cdr.html
http://www.xdr2.com/cd-jewel.htm
http://www.cdroutlet.com/
http://www.desktopsupplies.com/dps/cdromproducts.html
http://www.discmarket.com/
http://www.americal.com/
http://www.sleevetown.com/
http://www.american-digital.com/prodsite/category.asp?c=36

A warning about some double-disc jewel cases sold by CompUSA can be found
at http://www.yoyo-tricks.com/CompUSA-WARNING.html (along with pictures).
Apparently the pressure exerted on the hub causes cracks to appear over
time. If a disc with a cracked hub is put into a high-speed drive, it
may shatter (see section (7-25)).


 

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