I have the idea of using a material that's used in producing blueprints for replicators, due to their high data storage for the properties of the object (such as the formation and state of its molecules and atoms, where parts go, how they're pieced and work together, etc). With the material in question coming from special sources and breaking down after a certain amount of uses due to an unknown method.
However, I'm uncertain of the storage needed for such blueprints of materials and objects, along with wither a civilization can make a material/storage device that would act as a substitute and make this material useless.
Which leads to my question, how much data storage is needed for a blueprint used by a replicator?
Also, here are some examples as a reference for what I need.