BLU-RAY DUPLICATION AND REPLICATION

The Print Facility (TPF) offers the most comprehensive and flexible Blu-ray printing, duplicating, replicating, and packaging services in Australia with fast turnaround times and competitive pricing.


Blu-ray Disc, often known simply as Blu-ray, is a digital optical disc data storage format designed to supersede the DVD format, capable of storing several hours of video in high-definition. The name "Blu-ray" refers to the blue laser used to read the disc, which allows information to be stored at a greater density than is possible with the longer- wavelength red laser used for DVDs.


Why choose Blu-Ray?

Storage size: a Blu-ray disc provides 5 times more storage space compared to a DVD.
Video Quality: the video resolution of Blu-ray is double that of a DVD.
Durability: Blu-ray discs have a hard, protective coating to protect your data from scratches.
Copy Protection: 128Bit AACS encryption vs. DVD’s 40Bit CSS Encryption.
Speedy Navigation and access to content.


Whether it's one disc or thousands, our highly skilled team can assist with all aspects of your Blu-ray requirements; from manufacturing to authoring and designing the master, encoding, printing, duplicating, replicating, packaging, distribution and fulfilment services.


Blu-Ray Duplication is the process of duplicating direct data to a high-quality blank Blu-Ray. This process is significantly quicker and cheaper than replication for orders below 500 units. We offer highly economical, full colour digital printing to the disc surface to give your project a professional finish. TPF operate a clean-room facility and adhere to a rigorous maintenance program to ensure high reliability of your Blu-Ray products. Deliver your master electronically or physically to us for our same day duplication service.


Blu-Ray Replication is a more involved manufacturing process. A glass master is created from your master disc. A metal stamper is grown from the glass master. The metal stamper imparts the data into the polycarbonate disc as it is injection molded. This is the manufacturing method generally used to manufacture retail music and gaming DVDs and is a reliable and economical method of manufacturing mass volumes. The costs of producing the glass master and metal stamper make the replication manufacturing process more suited to production runs larger than 500 units. We can produce BD single layer (25GB) or BD dual layer (50GB).


Turnaround time for replicating Blu-Ray is approximately 3 weeks.


TPF can assist you with:

  • Premastering and authoring your Blu-ray
  • Photo quality colour Blu-ray printing
  • Custom design of artwork and packaging
  • Disc Mailers approved by Australia Post
  • Blu-ray Digipaks
  • Proofing and printing of paper & packaging components
  • Shrink wrapping
  • Warehousing, distribution, fulfillment, mailing and invoicing
  • Generic polypropylene, Polycarbonate and cardboard packaging for Blu-ray
  • Multi-disc and standard plastic cases for Blu-ray
  • Printed booklets and inlays
  • Environmentally friendly packaging solutions using recycled and bio-degradable materials
  • Superjewel cases
  • Metal tins, custom made in a range of sizes and shapes for various numbers of discs
  • Custom printed packaging for a unique finish
  • Artwork specifications and templates so you can create your own packaging designs


Why use TPF for your Blu-ray duplication and replication requirements?

  • We're a one-stop-shop. All services are in-house, so we take complete responsibility of your project from start to finish
  • We can turn around large projects quickly with 24/7 manufacturing
  • We offer highly competitive prices
  • We offer same day service on discs and paper packaging components


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The Print Facility (TPF) offers the most comprehensive and flexible Blu-ray printing, duplicating, replicating, and packaging services in Australia with fast turnaround times and competitive pricing.

Blu-ray Disc, often known simply as Blu-ray, is a digital optical disc data storage format designed to supersede the DVD format, capable of storing several hours of video in high-definition. The name "Blu-ray" refers to the blue laser used to read the disc, which allows information to be stored at a greater density than is possible with the longer- wavelength red laser used for DVDs.