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Recommended Workflow for Large Format Scanning

It is an obvious step to getting drawings ready for scanning, however, there could be many steps required to prep a large format drawing...Tape one edge and areas that will catch during scanning

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Bounce, Swiffer, Rainex - The latest in scanning technology.

We have both been involved in the “large format” industry...Large format scanning can be a challenge, especially if you have limited experience...A few weeks ago, I had 100 mylars come in the office to be scanned

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Large (format) Decision: Stay Single?

When imaging large-format documents, we know it’s typically a TIFF G4, JPG or PDF format. We also know to scan at a minimum of 300 dpi resolution for monochrome images

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It's all about control with large format documents

During the last few projects of scanning engineering drawings, there have been subtle reminders about some techniques I learned over 15 years ago

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DSA Interview with Lisa Desautels: Large-format scanning, Hoover Dam, and Quality

She owns and runs Graphic Imaging Services, a scanning service provider and has extensive knowledge of both large-format scanning and GIS. She’s been kind enough to share her expertise on large-format scanning in this community, and previously in the pages of AIIM E-DOC Magazine and Infonomics

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To name or rename a drawing, that is the question

A few months ago, I recall a dialog thread on the issue of renaming scanned images

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