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I make my own custom embossing sapphire styli made especially for embossing polycarbonate records.
SCULLY 601 CUTTING LATHE
WESTREX CUTTING HEAD
The grooves are embossed on polycarbonate plastic. Each disc is recorded in real time by hand. For limited runs. Attending recording sessions in person, not available
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Lathe-cut-records.com is a lacquer acetate cutting service along with providing custom short run embossed polycarbonate lathe cut records and reference dubplates. The grooves are embossed on polycarbonate plastic. Each disc recorded in real time by hand. For limited runs of 25 copies or less. Embossed CD Lathe Cuts that Plays On Both CD players & Turntables
Lathe cuts are embossed with our hot sapphire stylus, using a record cutting lathe. Our hot stylus improves audio and are the best sounding lathe cuts anywhere.
The grooves on a lathe cut record is embossed, not cut, they are not as deep. This does not affect audio quality, a turntable with a damaged or worn out stylus will tend to skate, and will not track properly.
Occasionally your stylus will land between the grooves, resulting in a strange, distorted playback. In this case, simply lift the tone arm, and drop it again in a slightly different position, or just gently nudge the stylus. You will hear the needle pop into the groove, and the audio will clear up.
The audio on a lathe cut record is in MONO, it is about 4 to 6db quieter, and you will have to turn up the volume. There is more noise than a normal LP, pops and crackles will be noticeable, even when your record is brand new. Unlike dub plates, lacquers, and many lathe cuts, our lathe cut records will not wear out any faster then a pressed vinyl record. We are currently the only producers of the hot embossing styli. Our styli improves HIGH FREQUENCY response.
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