Libraries, universities, and other organizations with historical archives are expanding their research offerings and going green with modern self-serve equipment for their patron scanning. Companies like Zeutschel and the Wicks and Wilson division of the Crowley Company have great products like the Zeta Book Scanner and the W&W UScan Multi-format Scanner which handles microfiche, roll film and aperture cards too.
These walk-up devices provide the ability to not only view and print historical information, but also to digitize and save the content to a local USB or flash drive; printed to hard copy; or output to cloud, CD/DVD, and email—all in color, grayscale or bi-tonal.
Read about one university that went green and saved $$ with a Zeutschel Book Scanner.
Learn how the Boston Symphony Orchestra opened their centuries-old archives to researchers
with the UScan+ Multi-Format Scanner.