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Vinyl infographic
2016-07-07, 09:31
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Vinyl infographic
The raw material for the Sondek, this is great;

http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-fac...nyl-record
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2016-07-07, 10:44 (This post was last modified: 2016-07-07 10:44 by David Williamson.)
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Thankyou for the post.

Worth adding the image, in case it is removed form the website at a later date:-

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2016-07-07, 11:47
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Thanks, VinylFactory also has a great daily Twitter feed with lots of interesting articles.
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2016-07-09, 16:53
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Very interesting.
There is no mention of spraying with mould release agent. I have often wondered about whether there was any truth to the use of materials to help release the vinyl from the stamper.
Any one know the definitive answer?

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2016-08-06, 21:12
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I believe the change in temperature is enough to release the vinyl from the stampers.

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2016-08-07, 03:47
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(2016-07-09 16:53)skiffle0 Wrote:  Very interesting.
There is no mention of spraying with mould release agent. I have often wondered about whether there was any truth to the use of materials to help release the vinyl from the stamper.
Any one know the definitive answer?
A forum member working in the manufacturing of LPs had already debunked the existence of the so-called mold-releasing agent. An appropriate search ought to get to the posts.

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2018-06-11, 17:39
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I had a direct cut disc in the late 70's used on my previous LP12.
Looks like they could make a comeback.
https://thevinylfactory.com/news/third-m...se-series/

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2018-06-11, 18:35
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That’s brilliant news!
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2018-06-12, 09:54
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Thanks to horizon for the link to the Vinyl infographic and to DW for adding the image to this Forum.

Of course the irony of it all is that Linn Records have stopped selling vinyl records?

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