Microfilm & Book Scanners

Imagine microfilm. But better. 

Think of microfilm and think of a dimly lit screen on the side of dorm-room refrigerator-sized box, a few knobs on its side for scrolling through pages and adjusting focus, skew and contrast, and also on the desktop a pen and notepad scrawled with notes, a stack of reference books or maybe a laptop computer.

Smaller. Simpler.
Now imagine a industrial-grade microfilm and microfiche system half its size, with a brightly lit flat computer screen. On it is displayed an image automatically focused, skewed and contrasted for easy, hands-free legibility — with one push of a button. A mouse as its only external control.

Synced ... to the Web.
Imagine the on-screen document is word searchable, linked to the Internet, eradicating the need for an outside computer or dictionary, every word on the screen able to function as a link to a Web-based reference to your choosing and that the text or image itself can be converted and saved as a word searchable PDF, to be printed, emailed or saved to whatever destination desired.

ScanPro 3000
Now imagine you don’t have to imagine this device, as the image you now have in your mind is reality — the ScanPro 3000.

To learn more about it, give us a call and we’ll demonstrate it for you — because seeing is believing.

Book Scanner: The Next Generation 

The next generation in self-service book scanning is here with the arrival of the Scannx Book ScanCenter and is sending books and documents to where few books have gone before — the cloud.

With this kiosk-based system’s touch screen and scanner, users can scan and send book and magazine pages, documents and other printed items to their e-mail, Google Docs directory or to a USB thumb drive, PC, fax, printer or even to the cloud — accessible by smartphone or tablet PC in PDF, searchable PDF or Word file formats.

The Scannx Book ScanCenter features an easy-to-use 15” touch screen computer, a book-binder-friendly 11” x 17” book-edge scanner and OCR language support in five languages. The system encourages the use of books for research and collaboration, but with the mobile accessibility offered by modern-day technology. It reduces costs and increases effectiveness while offering the environmentally friendliness of paperless viewing.

To learn more about the Scannx Book ScanCenter, call us at (405) 943-9800 and or click the red button below, tell us about yourself and your need and a specialist will contact you shortly.