2017-DECEMBER: Receipt of an additional Purchase Order for an SMA Electronic Document GmbH VersaScan model 4870 Double A0 Plus Flatbed Scanner

Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME in conjunction with Micrographic Engineering Services – MES is pleased & VERY EXCITED to be able to announce the receipt of a Purchase Order from a New South Wales Organisation for an SMA Electronic Document GmbH VersaScan model 4870 Double A0 Plus Flatbed Scanner for deliver in MARCH 2018.

 

VERSASCAN 4870 Flatbed Scanner

Bigger. Better. Faster.

The SMA model  VERSASCAN 4870 is the latest addition to the SMA Electronic Document GmbH  family of flatbed scanners.

 

With a scanning range of 48 x 70 Inches or 1219 x 1778 mm it scans longer and wider than its successful sibling SMA model VERSASCAN 3650.

 

This Double A0 scanner opens news doors as it can scan oversize originals in one go without the need of stitching serval scans together.

 

Further the SMA model  VERSASCAN 4870 offers outstanding productivity.

A high resolution scan of 600 ppi over the entire scanning range can be performed in about 30 seconds only!

 

Of course the SMA model  VERSASCAN 4870 is equipped with our new V3D technology.

 

The SMA VersaScan Model 3650 in Operation

 

 

Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME are the Australian – New Zealand – PNG & Oceania Distributors of the SMA Electronic Document GmbH of Germany range of Library – Public, University, Special Purpose & Reference & Archive Book & Fragile Document Scan & Copy Systems for colour or black and white scanning, digitising, or imaging to a digital file format of your choice.

The SMA Electronic Document GmbH of Germany manufacture a range of scanner/s to scan, digitise, or image Book/s and or Fragile Document/s, Plan/s, Map/s & or Engineering, Architectural plus other types of Drawing/s from a minimum of A 4 = 210 mm by 297 mm in size up to a maximum of Double A 0 Plus @ 1219 x 1778 mm or 48 x 70 Inches with the SMA model  VERSASCAN 4870 or 2540 x 915 mm or 100 x 36 Inches with the SMA model  VERSASCAN 36100 in size to a digital file format of your choice.

Full details on the range of SMA Library – Public, University, Special Purpose & Reference & Archive Book & fragile document scanner/s for use in Library – Public, University, Special Purpose & Reference, Archive, Heritage, Records Management, Information Management, Preservation, Conservation, Public History, Local Studies, Local History & Family History, Library – Public, University, Special Purpose & Reference, Local Government, Museum plus Genealogy & Engineering Drawing applications is available online as detailed below:

For any form of microfilm aperture card, jacket, microfiche, microfilm – 16 / 35 mm Roll, micrographic & microform requirements, no matter how small or complex, please contact us via the Contact Us @ DME facility at this website or email Laurie Varendorff of Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME - Email: Laurie Varendorff & we will do everything in our power to fulfil your requirements.

For any book, drawing, map or plan plus archival document or fragile material no matter the size – e.g. less than A 5 = 148 x 210 mm = ( 5.83 x 8.27 inches ) or up to Double A 0 Plus = 2,000 x 1,210 mm = ( 78.7 x 47.64 inches ) – which requires Scanning, Digitising = Digitizing & or Imaging for your Digitisation Projects, no matter how large or small then contact Laurie Varendorff via email @ Laurie Varendorff ARMA; or Phone: Australia @ 0417 094 147 – International @ +61 417 094 147 at Digital Scanning & Microfilm Equipment – DS & ME.

Laurie will be able to advise if DS & ME has the specialised equipment available for the Scanning, Digitising, & or Imaging for your project from a minimum size of A 6 = 148 mm in width by 105 mm in height up to a maximum size of DOUBLE A 0 Plus or 2,540 mm in width x 915 mm in height = ( 100 x 36 inches ) for Newspaper/s, Photograph/s, Map/s, Plan/s & Engineering, Architectural plus other types of Drawing/s and other original/s or Book/s required to meet a prospective client’s individual requirements.