12″ Vinyl Records

  • 33 ⅓ RPM: Standard for classic long playing titles. Timing for optimal sound quality is 12-14 minutes per side but can contain up to 18-22 minutes with some sound and volume drop off.
  • 45 RPM: For optimal sound quality on multiple record audiophile titles or increased volume DJ singles. The sweet spot for 45 RPM is 9 minutes with a max at 12-15 minutes with some sound and volume drop off.
  • Weight: Standard 150 gram or heavyweight 180 gram

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We offer a whole slew of vinyl colors to match the vibe you’re trying to achieve. Our line-up of standard color choices include a variety of transparent and solid varieties that look great by themselves and even better when mixed with others to create a unique swirled and marbled pattern.

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Special Effect Color Vinyl

If standard or swirled colored vinyl isn’t quite cool enough for ya, we also offer custom color effects that will elevate your senses with no drugs required. By mixing colors and hand making the vinyl pucks / biscuits, we can make a variety of color effects like splatters, half and half, color-in-color and color-stripes.

picture disc thumbnail imagePicture Discs

Play it, frame it or just marvel at the beauty of it. Picture discs create a visual vibe that perfectly complements the music. Picture Discs are made by sandwiching a vinyl “puck” with printed labels and then adding layers of plastic laminate to each side which the grooves are pressed into. Although audibly inferior to standard vinyl, they still sound ok but the true beauty of this product is in the visuals.

vinyl etch thumbnail imageVinyl Etch

If you have a side without music and you’re looking for a cool way to fill the void, try an etching. We offer full side etching which adds graphics to an otherwise smooth and lonely platter. These look even cooler when pressed on transparent color vinyl.

Print and Packaging

You won’t find a bigger collection of print and packaging nerds in this industry than the crew at Furnace. Whether you need something killer creative on limited budget or you are shooting for the stars, we offer an entire constellation of print and packaging options sure to please. Let Furnace be your one-stop source for vinyl record jackets, printed inner sleeves, disco jackets, liner notes, posters, lithographs, marketing stickers, boxsets and slipcases (for multiple record sets) or anything else your amazing brain dreams up.

Protective Inner Sleeve

As you know, records are delicate snowflakes (well, not really) and need to be pampered so they can provide lifelong entertainment. That’s where a protective inner sleeve earns its keep.

We’re not big fans of paper or paperboard sleeves coming in contact with your record. We’d encourage you not to use them but, we can’t tell you how to live you life, so we offer a whole line of sleeve options.

Custom Quote

Ready to press some records? Head on over to our custom quote tool and give us the lowdown on your next masterpiece.

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More About 12″ Vinyl Records

Twenty years of experience stands behind Furnace Record Pressing. Let us handle your entire project start to finish. Furnace offers 12″ records at 150 grams as their standard weight, as well as heavyweight 180 gram vinyl records. Furnace has you covered for color vinyl, as well as picture discs, splatter vinyl and effect vinyl. Furnace includes a FREE anti-static “rice paper” sleeves with all 12″ vinyl packages. Furnace means quality records jackets, top notch printing and packaging, world-wide reach, reliable turn times and our industry leading customer service.  Independently owned for 20+ years, take your project to the source and we’ll take it from there.

Fine Print:

Finished records will weigh +/- 10 grams (150g will range from 130-150 grams and 180g will range from 170-190 grams. 12” are all pressed with a small hole. Final pressed quantity will be +/- 10%. Color vinyl, effect color vinyl and picture discs will experience a varying degrees of audio degradation.

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