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CD Direct Metal Mastering Technology-A Step Towards a More Efficient Manufacturing Process for Compact Discs
Described will be a more efficient method of producing Compact Disc pressing masters and stampers. This new technology allows stampers to be produced more directly, avoids complicated and sensitive steps during their production, and eliminates the need for a clean-room environment. The necessary initial investments are much lower than those required for the currently used laser mastering method.
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