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The perishable nature of paper makes it difficult and complicated to preserve documents, even if you take due care. The history of image scanners, can be traced back to the period when telephotography was used to transfer images from one place to other.

Scanners have evolved a lot over the years and have revolutionized the office environment, helping businesses to increasingly go paperless, and making document reproduction and sharing easier and more effective.

Scanners are most commonly used to digitize traditional (non-digital) photo prints and/ or other printed graphics for long-term archiving or viewing on the computer monitor. Scanners are also used for transforming printed/handwritten documents into editable/searchable text on the computer and scanning film and/or slides, which can be particularly useful for graphic artists and photographers. Scanners, present a world of digital art possibilities at your fingertips!

A0 Wide Format

Use of wide format scanning is becoming more and more important as technology moves towards digital storage and digital printing.

In general, a large format scanner is a sheet-fed or roll-fed scanner. There are also giant flatbed scanners and a few oversized flatbed scanners. These scanners are light based however, they usually require some room, and so many units come with a stand and have wheels.

We have a large range of these scanners and in different sizes. Few models are listed below.

  1. Widetek 36C - 36" CIS (New)
  2. Widetek 36DS - 36" Double Side - World's First.
  3. Widetek 48C - 48" CCD
  4. Widetek MFS - Multifunction System (to integrate Canon IPF Printers with WideTek Scanners and bundled with special software)

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