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Repackaging discs.

Old 04-29-12, 01:26 PM
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Repackaging discs.

I have some DVDs with suckish packaging that damage the disc (examples include the 3 disc Rocky four pack, Batman 4 film favorites, and those freaking environmental cases). Should I buy sturdier cases? Where can I find good 3 disc cases for flipper discs?
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Re: Repackaging discs.

You can get standard-sized 3-disc Amaray cases at http://usplastic.com/ and the budget ones from http://genesysdtp.com/. I believe the black budget cases are made from recycled polypropylene, though. If you're not familiar with recycled polypropylene, it has an unpleasant odor, something to consider if you're sensitive to that sort of thing. The white and clear ones are made from virgin polypropylene, so they won't have that issue.

Personally, what I do, is buy 2-disc Amaray cases and replace the flip trays with ones from Versapaks.

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