Laurie Varendorff ARMA of the Varendorff Consultancy is a records and information management specialists whose introduction to microfilm, microfiche, micrographic or microform commenced in 1974 as the Manager of a Rank Xerox – now Fuji Xerox – Copi-Centre. Microfilm, microfiche, micrographics and microforms have been a part of Laurie’s working life since this time and through the twenty two ( 22 ) years’ operating a commercial microfilm, microfiche, micrographic and microform bureau producing microfilm, micrographics and microforms in all formats and marketing a wide range of microfilm, micrographic and microform equipment including digital microfilm Reader / Printer / Scanners. Laurie’s first introduction to records management was in 1962 as an employee of an insurance company in Sydney followed by a period with the UK Mission to the United Nations in New York in 1964. Laurie has a wide ranging background and experience with records and information management in addition to his involvement with micrographics both with analogue reader printers and more recently specialising in digital microfilm equipment and especially digital microfilm Reader / Printer / Scanners over the past THIRTY NINE ( 39 ) years. Laurie has been a professional member and a Branch Councillor of the Records Management Association of Australasia – RMAA’s Perth Branch since the early 1990′s and Western Australian Branch President and a Federal Director 1999-2001.
Stewart Jackson of Pioneer Micro Services has a background in the office equipment service industry preceding his arrival in Australia and more recently in the area of microfilm, microfiche, micrographics and microforms and now digital microfilm Reader / Printer / Scanners. Stewart is involved with the installation and ongoing maintenance and the overhaul of micrographic equipment ranging from small hand held microfiche viewers, portable and desktop microfiche and microfilm readers, reader/printers and digital microfilm scanner/printers plus a wide range of related microfilm, microfiche, micrographic and microform equipment including 16 and 35 mm cameras, processors, duplicators (both silver halide, diazo and vesicular) etc. during the past THIRTY FOUR [ 34 ] years in the Western Australian microfilm, microfiche, micrographic and microform market.
Across Australia – New Zealand & Oceania – DME & its ELEVEN – 11 Authorised Resellers / Technical Service Agents now have a total of THREE HUNDRED & SEVENTY TWO – 372 installations of the current e-ImageData ScanPro 3000, ScanPro 2000, and ScanPro 1100 Digital Microfilm Scanners with the ability to read, view, scan, and print from 16 / 35 mm microfilm, microfiche, aperture cards – either negative or positive, plus micro opaques – e.g. Microcards or Microprints plus the previous earlier e-ImageData ScanPro 1000 & ScanPro 800 & 700 models.
Internationally, e-ImageData Corp. the ScanPro scanner manufacturer has in excess of SEVEN THOUSAND 7000 ScanPro Digital Microfilm Scanner Range installed.
The NEW ScanPro® 3000 with a 26 Megapixel Camera brings Ultra-High Definition Scanning to Microfilm.
For any form of microfilm aperture card, jacket, microfiche, microfilm – 16 / 35mm Roll, micrographic & microform requirements, no matter how small or complex, please contact us via the Contact Us facility at this website or email Laurie Varendorff or Stewart Jackson at Australasian – Digital Microfilm Equipment – DME at Email: Laurie Varendorff & we will do everything in our power to fulfil your requirements.
For any book, archival document or fragile material project which requires Scanning, Digitising = Digitizing, & or Imaging, no matter how small or large then contact Laurie Varendorff @ email @ Laurie Varendorff ARMA; or Phone: Australia @ 0417 094 147 – International @ +61 417 094 147; Fax : Australia @ 08 9417 5981 – International @ +618 9417 5981 at Digital Microfilm Equipment – DME. Laurie will be able to advise if DME has the specialised equipment available for the Scanning, Digitising, & or Imaging for your project from a minimum size of A6 = 148 mm in width by 105 mm in height up to a maximum size of DOUBLE A0 or 2,540 mm in width x 915 mm in height = ( 100 x 36 inches ) for fragile documents, maps, plans or drawings or books required to meet a prospective client’s individual requirements.
For Further Assistance: Or if you require details on the ScanPro 3000 – 2000 or 800 Digital Microfilm Scanner / Printer or any of DME’s extensive range of Microfilm or Book & Fragile Document Scanners on any the products or services listed on this DME website or require a quotation you can send an e-mail, or phone or fax, Laurie Varendorff @ email @ Laurie Varendorff ARMA; or Phone: Australia @ 0417 094 147 – International @ +61 417 094 147; Fax : Australia @ 08 9417 5981 – International @ +618 9417 5981