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Want to Make a Vinyl Record? Start at a Plating Shop

Mastercraft Metal & Finishing in Elizabeth, New Jersey, uses lacquer masters to build stampers or metal molds containing the music’s DNA.
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Vinyl records have been making a huge comeback, as music lovers are turning back to the original LP format to listen to their favorite singers and bands. Mastercraft Metal & Finishing in Elizabeth, New Jersey, uses lacquer masters to build stampers or metal molds containing the music’s DNA.

Check out this article on how records are made with the help of the plating industry.

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