Your Guide For DVD Replication          http://dvd-replication.co.uk/
DVD replication and DVD duplication are often usedto define each other mistakenly. However, there aresome basic difference...
Usually, two types of printings are used for DVDreplications - the offset printing and the screenprinting. These replicate...
The process of DVD replication includes twoimportant processes. This includes glass masteringand molding. In the procedure...
Finally the replicated DVDs are hardened by usingultraviolet rays and are protected with lacquer.Throughout the process, t...
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DVD replication and DVD duplication are often used to define each other mistakenly. However, there are some basic differences in these two processes.DVD duplication is the process of copying data into a new disc, whereas DVD replication involves much complicated methods. This is the process of creating a clone of a master copy and during the manufacturing period that content of the DVD is formatted onto a new disc. Moreover, the process of replication is carried out by experienced technicians in special replication firms.

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Your guide for dvd replication

  1. 1. Your Guide For DVD Replication http://dvd-replication.co.uk/
  2. 2. DVD replication and DVD duplication are often usedto define each other mistakenly. However, there aresome basic differences in these two processes.DVDduplication is the process of copying data into a newdisc, whereas DVD replication involves muchcomplicated methods. This is the process of creatinga clone of a master copy and during themanufacturing period that content of the DVD isformatted onto a new disc. Moreover, the process ofreplication is carried out by experienced techniciansin special replication firms. Thereby, the replicatedDVDs are uniquely processed and are more durablethat the duplicated DVDs. http://dvd-replication.co.uk/
  3. 3. Usually, two types of printings are used for DVDreplications - the offset printing and the screenprinting. These replicated DVDs can also have anumber of information layers. These layers enablethe replicated DVD to execute the stored informationexactly like its master DVD. In fact, these replicatedDVDs are also referred to as the clones of theoriginal DVDs. The high volume running capacity ofthese replicated DVDs also makes them unique. Thestandard turn-time for this process is at least 7-8business days. It is better to opt for bulk DVDreplication as it decreases the overheads and thusthe cost is relatively lower. http://dvd-replication.co.uk/
  4. 4. The process of DVD replication includes twoimportant processes. This includes glass masteringand molding. In the procedure of glassmastering, the glass masters are made with the helpof the master DVDs and then the glass masters areallowed to create the molds. In the injection moldingprocess, the molds are kept in well featured andhighly advanced injection machines. This helps tocreate replicas in form of plastic discs. These discsare then bonded together and are coated with layersof thin reflective aluminum. http://dvd-replication.co.uk/
  5. 5. Finally the replicated DVDs are hardened by usingultraviolet rays and are protected with lacquer.Throughout the process, the quality and accuracy ofthe DVDs are checked. DVD replication servicesalso include printing, labeling, and packaging. http://dvd-replication.co.uk/

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