Vinyl’s: How Are They Made
One of the most successful industries in the entire world is the music industry, where almost every artist and composer are getting popular to every ages, while also getting better along the way. In this modernized age, there are generally many ways that you can do to listen to music, such as listening to them online, in a mobile phone, using the cassette player, using the CD or DVD player, or the best way, listening to a vinyl cd. Vinyl has been here with us for a long time already, and it is still one of the best devices that we can use for listening to music, not even the newer products such as CDs, cassette tapes, DVDs can get much better than a vinyl. Which is why, vinyl’s will never stop making music junkies happy, and I bet it will keep on improving for longer years to come. But how does a vinyl come to life you may ask, which is why in this article, I am going to tell you how vinyl’s are made.
The procedure on making vinyl’s can basically be done on a pressing plant, with the right equipment, tools, materials and machineries, and the step by step process is actually like this- cutting, plating, pressing, printing, folding, and finally QC and packaging.
Cutting process is of course the first step on making vinyl’s, the individual who does the cutting need to be highly experienced and talented in doing perfect and proper cuts in the cutting room.
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The plating procedure is the next step, where the vinyl stampers are mainly produced from.
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The next step is the pressing process, where the vinyl will be sent to the press in pellet form, where before it should be placed between the stampers, it is first needed to be formed under heavy pressure into a small pellet, which will them be placed between the stampers to get pressed.
While the pressing is going on another side, a different side is of individuals will need to do the printing and folding of sleeves, where the sleeves should be printed by using modernized printing machine so that it cannot only produce high quality detail and sharpness but it should also be less prone to scratches, it will then get folded with the use of a folding machine.
And finally, the quality control and packaging process, where the positive vinyl will have to undergo a quality check before it will be deemed to be releasable for the public to use.
I recommend that you should give vinyl a go and you will see how better and clearer it is than some of the newer music players in the market.
Originally posted 2016-10-03 15:38:45.