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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compact_Disc_manufacturing

Compact disc manufacturing is the process by which commercial compact discs ( CDs) are ... This process is used in the mastering of read-only compact discs; CD -Rs, CD-RWs, and DVDs are made somewhat differently, though the methods ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compact_disc

Compact disc (CD) is a digital optical disc data storage format released in 1982 and ..... A CD is made from 1.2 millimetres (0.047 in) thick, polycarbonate plastic and weighs 15–20 grams. From the center outward, components are: the center ...

www.madehow.com/Volume-1/Compact-Disc.html

Background. Ever since the invention of the phonograph in 1876, music has been a popular source of home entertainment. In recent years, the compact disc has ...

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Jan 18, 2009 ... How are CDs/DVDs Manufactured? From Season 1, Episode 2 of How It's Made.

www.newcyberian.com/cd-manufacturing.html

But if you are a music lover and CD collector, you may still be interested in knowing how compact discs are made. In this paper the author will try to explain the ...

www.explainthatstuff.com/cdplayers.html

Jun 17, 2016 ... A compact disc is a thin, circular disc of metal and plastic about 12cm (just over 4.5 inches) in diameter. It's actually made of three layers.

www.theguardian.com/music/2014/jul/29/how-we-made-the-compact-disc-cd

Jul 29, 2014 ... Jacques Heemskerk, research scientist: 'When the CD came in, I got rid of all my old Rolling Stones and Beatles vinyl. It still hurts'

eil.com/explore/guide/cd_making.asp

A compact disc is constructed of 5 separate layers… 1. First a thick, soft, clear plastic layer. This layer comprises the majority of the CD's thickness and weight.

www.duplication.ca/cd-process.htm

Yet, for most people, how a CD is made remains a mystery. At duplication.ca, we have chosen an experienced, ISO9002-certified CD manufacturing partner that ...

electronics.howstuffworks.com/cd1.htm

Understanding the CD: Material - Before compact discs, you had to rewind and fast-forward to get to a particular bit of information. Not so with digital storage ...