What is Duplication?

27 March 2012
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What is Duplication?

Duplication involves burning standard or special shape Recordable discs with a laser in standard CD or DVD writer drives. The ‘R’ after the format type stands for ‘Recordable’ (As opposed to replicated discs which are referred to as CD ROM where the ‘ROM’ stands for ‘Read-Only Memory’ as these discs cannot be burnt at all […]


3 March 2012
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What is Offset Printing?

Offset printing is done at a higher resolution and there are no limitations on tonal ranges. This allows the disc image to contain smaller fonts and much more detailed images. We highly recommend this process when working in four color process, if the artwork is fairly detailed, and uses a great deal of color or […]


2 March 2012
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What is Silk Screen Printing?

With silkscreening, ink is applied to a screen and forced through the holes in a stencil to create an image on the surface of the CD or DVD. Silkscreen printing can include up to 5 single colors, or 4 color process (CMYK). Silkscreening is appropriate for 1, 2, and 3 color jobs – especially through […]


27 February 2012
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What is Replication?

Replication is a physical production process that involves actually pressing the discs during manufacture from a glass master. Replicated discs are also referred to as ROM discs, standing for ‘Read-Only Memory’ (as opposed to the CD-R where the ‘R’ stands for ‘Recordable’). The glass master is made of glass that has been coated by a […]

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