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Press your record on heavyweight vinyl for the ultimate in audio quality and collectability. vinyl pressing record pressing vinyl manufacturing

Heavyweight vinyl has a better sound than normal vinyl as it withstands the deformation caused by normal play. vinyl manufacturer

Consistent quality is what we strive for, using the best equipment and the latest software and mastering techniques, we are setting the standard for vinyl pressing.




We offer a large variety of vinyl colors from which to choose from. With transparent and opaque colors available, we are confident that you will find the perfect color for your release.

Please note: Although our colored vinyl is of a very high quality, audio pressed on non-black vinyl is more susceptible to higher noise levels and/or clicks in the lead-in and lead-out grooves, or on quiet parts of the recording.






We can mix all colors on demand, the outcome however cannot be guaranteed and can differ per order. On our 12” and 10” presses, mixing colors can result in a flamed effect, but on 7” presses it usually results in a new color (due to a different mixing and heating process in the press itself).

Please note: Although our colored vinyl is of a very high quality, audio pressed on non-black vinyl is more susceptible to higher noise levels and/or clicks in the lead-in and lead-out grooves, or on quiet parts of the recording.




We can press records with a lazer etched design. The design you supply us with will be lazered onto the lacquer. From that lacquer a negative, positive and stampers are made, which means the design can be used for more releases if you like. On the side with the lazer etched design, no audio can be added.

A lazer etched record will give the best result if there are not too many large surfaces in the design. You can make up the design as a simple black and white document, the black will be the area which will be lazered.






We can supply your 7” records with the original wide-hole as featured on the 45s from the golden age of jukebox.

To play Jukebox 7”s on a standard turntable a 45 or “dink” adaptor is required.



Show off your original full color artwork by embedding it within the vinyl.

Available in 7”, 10” and 12”.

Guaranteed to get the collectors and die-hard fans scrambling for copies before the pressing sells out.