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Another way to make CDs.

Hundreds of compact discs are shown here, stacked on about twenty wooden dowels, and labeled with a post-it note indicating the date the disc was created. These discs were used in the context of a duplication business, and the distinctive blue color of recordable compact discs (CD-Rs), and serve a comparable role to the master discs used in replication settings. Image by CD at 40.

Not everyone who manufactures CDs invests in a full-scale factory. Hear about an alternative way of producing discs that you can do from your shed:

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