Companies have been storing their technical drawings and related documents on microfilm aperture cards for years. While innovative at inception, now storage and retrieval can be cumbersome and misfiled or lost aperture cards are commonplace. In an effort to eliminate awkward storage and streamline technical drawing access, many companies are moving toward digital workflows.
We offer a complete line of products and services aimed at the digital transformation market. With large format printers, digital archive software and aperture card scanners, we have the solution. When it comes to microfilm aperture card processing, the Océ 3050 offers optimal scanning, processing and cleanup. Productivity, coupled with ease of use and flexibility, sets the Océ 3050 apart.
|Machine||Table-model production scanner with Océ scan software|
|Card hopper||250-card input and output|
|Card Reader||Hollerith punch reader|
|Magnification Factors||5.00 to 36.00|
|Resolution||100, 200, 300, and 400 dpi|
(depending on ram , network and amount of data)
D-size / 200 dpi - 9 seconds
D-size / 400 dpi - 14 seconds
E-size / 200 dpi - 11 seconds
E-size / 400 dpi - 19 seconds
|Output||Screen, hard disk, and printing, separately or in combination|
CALS Type 1, TIFF Gr. 4
TIFF Gr. 3/1d, TIFF Gr. 3/2d
|PC Requirements||500 mb hard drive, 512 mb ram , Windows XP Â®|
|Electrical Requirements||120-240 V / 50-60 Hz|
|Dimensions||28( w ) x 12.4( d ) x 16.3( h ) inches|
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