Mastering Glass

Mastering Glass

A glass master, also referred to as a ‘stamper’ is used to punch all of the data pits into a CD or DVD during the process of replication.

The reason why it is called a glass master is because the information is copied onto a special chemical coating on a circular block of glass. The block of glass is actually much larger than a CD (they are typically 240mm in diameter and 6mm deep) to facilitate handling and to avoid the sensitive data area from being touched or damaged.




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