Posts Tagged ‘Book scanner’

Evaluating the zeta Book Scanner: A Student’s Study

November for Crowley Conversions is all about measurable results. Last week, we compared the Mekel Technology microfilm and microfiche scanners to competitive models and found measurable ROI. This week, we’re reviewing a blog written by Sascha Foerster. In it, he compares the Zeutschel zeta book copy and scan system to other methods used to scan a historic file collection. From German Post-War studies to German engineering As background, Foerster is a doctoral candidate at the University of Bonn’s Center for…

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The Shape of “Qool”: Qidenus V-Shaped Book Scanners

  Editor’s note: This week’s blogger is Crowley marketing assistant, Camily Bishop. New to the industry, her insights offer a fresh perspective. Archives are timeless. The digital imaging industry is not. Companies seeking to stay at the forefront are changing shape, adapting to and creating new technologies constantly. To keep us on the edge, Crowley hardware, imaging, marketing and support specialists regularly receive in-depth training on the latest scanning innovations of the company’s manufactured and distributed brands. This week’s training…

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Using Zeutschel Scanners to Document the Papers of Abraham Lincoln

  Editor’s note: October is American Archives Month and a reminder of how important the records of our past are to our future. To celebrate, we’re highlighting five conversion projects throughout the month. Last week we featured Time Life’s LIFE magazine photo archive. Nearly 10M photographic images of iconic American figures were digitized by Crowley Imaging and made available to the public via Google hosting. Today’s blog features the paper archives of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln.  “I am a…

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