The UV light from the lamp cures the ink instantly and the disc moves to the next station where the next coloured ink can be applied without any possibility of smearing of the previously applied ink. The printing and curing process is very fast and a modern DVD screen printer is capable of printing more than 3,500 DVDs in an hour.
The requirement for screens and films for each different ink colour in the design to be printed onto the DVD, means that there are fixed costs associated with this process. These costs can be minimised by limiting the number of colours involved in the DVD print design.
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