The step-by-step procedure of authentic CD replication

One of the main ways that people store information is on CDs. This method of storing data is used by various organisations all over the world. With CD replication it has become even more convenient to make a number of copies of an original CD or DVD. This process allows bulk production of CDs which can reduce the cost of a single CD by a great extent.

A particular industry that has greatly benefited from CD replication is the music industry because it allows companies to distribute their copies all over the world easily. The process of CD replication involves copying data from a master CD to other CDs in order to create multiple copies. Here is a brief description of a CD replication process.

• Data is stored on the original CD which is used to create a glass master.

• The glass master is then used to make a stamper.

• Then the stamper is subjected to injection moulding so that a mould of information is created on the CD foil.

• The CD foil is then coated with polycarbonate plastic which protects it.

• CDs are then polished to make them appear attractive, and dried before they are checked for their quality.

Once these steps are completed, the CDs are sent for packaging and are then sent back to the company that used the CD replication service. The CD replication process is completed within a small amount of time and you can be sure that the quality of the CDs is excellent.

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