- Dec 18, 2009
The label label is not painted directly on the polycarbonate. There's a shiny layer in betweenI was responding to Kingu and his expressing that it was hard to paint plastics. CD labels are printed on to a polycarbonate base. Perhaps the same type of technique is used to print the layers on the underside of the keyboard area?
That's DVDs. That's why DVDs are a lot more resilient, since the layer is embedded inside. A CD you can destroy by just just a scratch on the printed side.The label isn't directly printed on the reflector. However, I had thought that it was embedded in polycarbonate, but that wiki diagram suggests it's just laquer on top of the reflector, to which the label is applied.
Count me off that "everyone", for me he was just an okaish CEO with too much hype over, I´m more found of the other Steve.So do you guys just like not remember the iMac and iBook or something? Steve Jobs was all about a spectrum of case colours for a while, and then just as quickly he wasn't.
Why does everyone pretend like Steve Jobs was some design genius with a singular vision; he changed his mind many times and basically listened to the prevailing narrative that was presented to him by the designers he trusted.