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Now Disc Installs Otari CD-R Unit

Now Disc (Boise, Idaho), one of North America’s CD-R duplicators, doubled its manufacturing capacity overnight with the acquisition of an Otari CDP-64 12/23/2002 7:00 AM Eastern

Now Disc (Boise, Idaho), one of North America’s CD-R duplicators, doubled its manufacturing capacity overnight with the acquisition of an Otari CDP-64 Large-Scale CD-R Duplication system; the installation took place in mid-October 2002.

Now Disc serves a diverse array of corporate, insurance, advertising and software clients for their CD-R needs, including General Motors, FreightLiner, Hewlett-Packard and Extended Systems. In addition to increasing manufacturing output, the CDP-64 also brought with it other economic and ergonomic benefits. For example, according to Mike Armstrong, director of operations for Now Disc, "We had been using four lines of 32-bay duplication systems, which we had developed ourselves. The CDP-64 was able to interface with the same workstation we use to create masters; as a result, we now have double the capacity, and the entire duplication operation can be run by a single operator.

"The CDP-64 was up and running the same day it arrived, and our staff was ready to run it at the same time."

Visit www.otari.com to find out more on the CDP-64.