CD DVD Replication is the process of molding a CD or DVD. Replicated CD’s and DVD’s are created during the manufacturing process. Before the replication process begins, the client master is painstakingly evaluated for data corruption.
A glass master containing relevant data from the client supplied master is created. Replication begins when a flawless glass master is assured. The glass master is used to develop a stamper. The stamper in turn, is loaded into an Injection Molding machine that creates CD/DVD replicated discs. The quality of CD replication hinges upon the quality of the glass master’s data.
Through each successive step, quality and accuracy is consistently monitored to insure each disc is an exact replica or clone of the original. A layer of micro-thin aluminum is applied to the polycarbonate disc. It is then lacquered for additional protection and then sent to be Offset or Silk-screen printed.