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A good question!  The answer is, it depends. If your archive project are books, a book scanner is the best.  Our recommendation would be the Image Access Bookeye V1A. If your archive project are drawings then a roll fed scanner is the best.  Our recommendation would be again the Image Access WT36CL bundle #2 option with touch screen, Batch Scan Wizard, & stand. So what is the best for both worlds?  The answer is the Image Access Bookeye V1A.  The reasons are simple: The scan region is a whapping 25 x 33.5 inches. Optical resolution is up to 400 dpi. Color depth is 36 bits for color and 12 bit for greyscale. Many file format outputs including PDF, PDF/A, JPG, PNM, TIFF compressed, TIFF G4. No installed software needed.  Scan using your web browser or onboard touch panel MAC and PC compatible. Adjustable book cradle. Scan to USB, Network, & Cloud Scan books, drawings, materials, thick materials. Ability to scan in 3D compatible mode. Ability to adjust scans without rescanning. Easy to use. Very forgiving, the "Scan & Deskew" feature straightens documents on the fly. In summary, the Image Access Bookeye V1A is a flexible scanner that conforms to any and all documents.  Let us know what your archive project entails, give us a call at (866) 338-4464.  We would be happy to discuss your Large Document Solution. http://dlvr.it/PMdDHg
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Scanning in a secure environment using Image Access Scanners can be a difficult process wading through the levels of security.  One easy alternative is to connect a stand-alone/non-networked computer directly to your Image Access scanner.  These Image Access scanners connect via an Ethernet cable.  No need for a cross-connected Ethernet cable.  The scanner is smart enough to detect the cable wiring and adjust.  The process described here is general but gives the steps to successfully create a mini-network with one computer and a scanner.  This process can also be done with a network hub between the two pieces of equipment. Directly connect the computer to the scanner with the Ethernet cable that came with the scanner. Boot computer, the computer should obtain an IP address from its own DHCP application or from the hard coded or preconfigured IP address currently in the system. Open a command prompt window and find out what the computer's IP address is.  This is done by typing in the command "ipconfig" and press enter.  This will display the IP address of the computer. Take the first 3 digits of this IP address displayed.  This will be the first 3 digits of the scanner's IP address.  The 4 digit needs to be defined. In that same command prompt window, use the command "Ping".  With the structure "Ping xxx.xxx.xxx.###.  Where xxx.xxx.xxx is the first 3 digits of the workstation and the ### is a number you made up.  If the ping command comes back stating it can't find that device, then this value is a good address to assign the scanner IP to. Enter the unique IP address into the scanner and save it. The configuration is complete. Test your configuration by going to the workstation connected to the scanner and typing that IP address in your web browser.  The main menu for the scanner should display.  Once this happens, you're done! Any questions about this process contact Large Document Solutions.  They have capable technicians who can help you through this process.     http://dlvr.it/PMdDG3
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Image Access and Large Document Solutions are proud to announce their newest scanner engineered for museums and service providers.   Check out these features: * Based on WT36-600 technology * Three 600dpi cameras * 3D texture scanning * UV and IR free LED lights * Clearance 4", object heights 4" * Motorized focus adjustment 4" * 22" touchscreen * ScanWizard and PrintWizard * Floorstand with cabinet * Table top model available For more information, give us a call at (866) 338-4464 we will be happy to tell you all about it!  Coming early 2017, be the first to purchase your WideTEK 36ART from Large Document Solutions http://dlvr.it/PMdDFz
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In past blog posts I have discussed technical details of the new Nextimage version 5.0.  The deadline for the free upgrade is ending on February 28, 2017.  We have received numerous calls and emails with questions on this upgrade.  For the most part, our clients have done a wonderful job in following the steps to receive this upgrade.   There are a few sites who still use the 32bit version of Microsoft Windows 7.  This upgrade is a 64bit application and will not run or install on a 32bit system. Some of these scanners are out of manufacturer's warranty.  These customers still call for technical support service and we at Large Document Solutions still provide phone and internet support for as long as you own your equipment.  We were glad to help these customers.  In fact, we sent out an informative email to our customers who own Contex scanners letting them know the FREE upgrade is available and if they have questions concerning the download and installation, we were here to help.  Oh by the way..........This upgrade can be acquired, save and license code emailed to them before February 28th then installed after they have upgraded their Microsoft Windows 7 32bit operating system to either a 64bit Windows 7 or upgrade to Windows 10. To summarize, Large Document Solutions has a policy to support all equipment we sell for as long as you own the equipment via phone and internet.  This is a service that web purchases do not have.  If you need anything related to scanners, printers, or combo systems give us a call at (866) 338-4464. http://dlvr.it/PMdDFr
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If it's January, Large Document Solutions is at the Colorado Clerk and Recorder Winter Conference.  This event is held annually.  This year the conference is held in Colorado Springs on January 18th thru 20th, 2017.  The conference is very timely.  Image Access has announced for January 2017 the new WideTEK 36CL.  Perfect for clerks and recorder offices on a limited budget.  The quality is superb with features of the legacy WideTEK 36 and 36C models.  There is so much interest in preserving documents within the state of Colorado.  Large Document Solutions is the leader in facilitating these projects in Colorado and the entire USA.  They have the tools and expertise to enable these clerks and recorders to accomplish the digitizing of these documents.   Onsite at the conference are the new Image Access WideTEK 36CL roll fed and the Bookeye book scanners for all to see.   If you're in the neighborhood, check us out.  We will be glad to demonstrate both scanners.  If you miss the conference, you can still give us a call at (866) 338-4464 or email at info@largedocuments.com http://dlvr.it/PMdDFb
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Happy New Year & Great news!  Colortrac has released a firmware upgrade to the popular Scan! SmartLF Scan 24 and 36 models. Included in this upgraded is an easier display interface.  This interface is more intuitive with icons that better describe the function of each button.  Documentation is much improved.  All the buttons are documented, more descriptive error codes, and a significantly better operation flow is documented.  It is about time!  Thank You Colortrac for listening to our recommendations and putting those requests in motion.  Another significant upgrade is the Scan2PC application.  Easier to configure and seamless communication. Here at Large Document Solutions the New Year is starting out great.  Scanning projects are in full swing.  This means our valued customers are gearing up!  Don't forget, we service what we sell!  Give us a call.  We will be happy to provide the latest information in large format scanning and printing.  Our number is (866) 338-4464 or info@largedocuments.com.      http://dlvr.it/PMdDF4
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Large Document Solutions purchased the last remaining CS500 scanner from Graphtec.  These are wonderful scanners.  We use this manufacturer in our scanner rental pool.  These scanners ship well, easy to maintain, install easy, and easy to use.  What a combination! The Graphtec CS 500 are a workhorse machine.  This scanner scans monochrome documents at a maximum speed of 9"/sec. and full-color documents at 3"/sec. when the resolution is set at 400 dpi across a 25 " wide image. Many competitive models claim to have similar scanning speeds, but actually base their specifications on a standard letter size document of only 8.5" across. In addition, Graphtec is the first company to introduce Contact Array Sensor technology for accurate, high-resolution scanning. Requiring no warm-up time, this advanced technology eliminates optical distortion and the need for frequent calibration often experienced with common CCD technology. Interpolated resolution can be selected from 50 dpi through 800 dpi for the standard models, in 1-dpi increments to suit the complexity of the drawing and the scanning application. Maximum interpolations settings range up to 9600dpi for the Pro models. All models feature an Express mode for high-speed transfer of large quantities of data, delivering unparalleled productivity in massive document archiving applications. All this information is available on our website.  Give us a call, we will be happy to provide more information and a very affordable price.  Don't wait, call today (866) 338-4464 or email at info@largedocuments.com   http://dlvr.it/PMdDD1
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We hope everyone had a nice Christmas, Hanukkah, & Kawanza.  We enjoyed the time off at least for a couple days.  We are open between Christmas and New Years and looking forward to helping our customers with that end of the year purchase.  Please call us toll free at (866) 338-4464 with questions about your next scanning project. Large Document Solutions is looking for a wonderful 2017 and would appreciate hearing from all our customers and looking to bond friendships with new customers we have not met yet.  We sell to the entire 50 United States and Canada, remember us when your thinking of purchasing that large format scanner, printer, or folding equipment. In 2017 let us help with you Large Document Solution! http://dlvr.it/PMdDBB
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Image Access now includes a large 22 inch touchscreen monitor with each scanner bundle.  This is a nice upgrade from the previous 19 inch preview monitor. The monitor is mounted on a pivoting arm attached to the stand that can be positioned laterally or above the scanner. The scanning process with this new 22 inch touch panel has enhanced walk up scanning and made the entire process extremely easy.   For more information call or email Large Document Solutions   http://dlvr.it/PMdD5P
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Did you know – the world's first image scanner was developed back in 1957 by the United States National Bureau of Standards. While it wasn't a large format scanner, it was still incredibly innovative for its time. Created by a team led by Russell A. Kirsch, it was the first scanner able to transfer a copied image to a computer, paving the way for scanners to come in future decades. Rather than using CCD or CIS technology, this scanner used Drum Scanner technology – a form of scanning technology which has since been restricted primarily to film, and relies on photomultiplier tubes to copy an image into a digital format. Drum Scanners are preferred in the cinematic field for their ability to capture both reflective and transmissive images, along with their ability to display subtle features in film originals which other scanning methods cannot duplicate. Scanning technology has come a long way in the 4 decades since Kirsch and his engineering team made their first scan, and where our company is concerned it's terrific to know that there are so many different ways to scan an image.  http://dlvr.it/PMdCqb
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