CDs and DVDs Production

How stuff works…! Production process of CD-ROMs and DVDs A CD is made from 1.2 millimetres (0.047 in) thick, polycarbonate plastic and weighs 15–20 grams.[22] From the center outward,…

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4 Responses

  1. Subhas4u says:

    @SUXXchuck The data is stored by means of pits and land… which is
    conversion of Digital technologies.

  2. cdrom2go says:

    Very nice video. The picture quality is awesome. It does a great job of
    explaining the replication process without a voiceover.

  3. Cybertronic says:

    Just think of it like a Vinyl record but instead of grooves you have
    reflective and non reflective markings on the surface which a laser can
    reflect off of. The Computer treats the laser reflections as either a 1 or
    a 0 rather than as a wave or vibration like a needle on a Record player..

  4. SUXXchuck says:

    I still don’t get how a bit of plastic and metal manages to contain data…

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