The process of CD and DVD replication – explained

CDs and DVDs have revolutionised the world of data storage. One can store all the vital information on a CD or DVD. CDs and DVDs are recognised as one of the most flexible mediums of storing data. CDs and DVDs are utilised in almost every field. They are used in all businesses, professions and services.

With the varied uses of the CDs and DVDs, there is a need to have several copies of them for distribution or sale. This is where CD and DVD replication comes into picture.

The process of CD replication is gaining popularity all over the world. The cost of CD duplication and DVD replication is very low. This is because the processes are carried out in the factory. The cost per unit will go down further if there is a bulk order.

CD and DVD replication – The process

CD or DVD replication is a process wherein all data and information is copied from the master disc to a blank medium for storage. The data is then printed on the DVD or CD.

One of the most important components is a glass master. A glass master helps in DVD or CD replication. The “stamper” is made with a glass master and the information is moulded in the DVD foil. The foil is layered and coated with polycarbonate plastic.

The final product undergoes thorough screening in order to check the quality. After various checks and screenings the product is handed to the customer.

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