DVD replication is the physical
manufacturing of your DVDs from scratch raw materials. We transfer your
DVD master content on to a super smooth glass master by burning "etching"
the data into it with a laser. This allows us to produce a metal stamper
that it used in the replication process. We then use replication
equipment to "press" your DVD content into molten polycarbonate
plastic, producing plastic rings with your DVD coding. The discs are then
topped with a thin layer of aluminum and a lacquer coating. From there
we can send them to the silk screen department in spindles to apply your
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Here's some information on capacity for different types of replicated DVDs. The mastering of a DVD is comparable to that of a CD. The only difference is that, thanks to finer engraving, it is possible to store 7 to 25 times more data on a DVD than on a CD of the same diameter. By engraving 2 layers of data, one on top of the other, on each side of the DVD, it becomes possible to store up to 9.4 gigabytes of information!