Aperture cards first became popular in the mid-20th century and for decades, these cards were the preferred method for data storage for many industries. Like other microfilm, aperture cards were used to compress data into a smaller format, create a copy, and make the files easily transferrable. When this technology became outdated, businesses wanted solutions that could digitize data from their aperture cards—and aperture card scanners fulfill this need.
We Have Aperture Card Scanners Available for High-Quality Scanning
Aperture card scanners, by helping you scan your cards, allow you to digitize information and make it accessible in an electronic version. If you are a business or organization looking for top-notch new or used aperture card scanners for sale, Document Imaging Brokers has you covered! We specialize in this area and have products available for high-quality scanning.
Advantages to Digitizing Aperture Cards
Makes important documents — containing critical engineering and technical data — easily accessible with the touch of a finger
Greatly improves decision-making processes by making information readily available
Allows easy and efficient data sharing across locations anywhere in the world
Eliminates the need for maintaining aperture card reader-printers
Find New and Used Wicks & Wilson C-Series Aperture Card Scanners
Are you searching for new or used aperture card scanners for sale from Wicks & Wilson, especially the C- Series? We have new Wicks & Wilson C-400 scanners with the following:
Wicks & Wilson C-400
The Wicks & Wilson C-400 is an upgraded version of the C-250 and offers an image quality of 100 to 400 dpi. It comes with a bundled ScanCard software that offers image processing features such as rotation, repositioning, cropping, and deskew in B&W mode. The scanner is suitable for processing on a plotter and can be used to obtain high-quality images. The reduction ratio stands at 7.5 to 40x (variable). Find new or reconditioned/refurbished aperture card C-400 scanners at Document Imaging Brokers.
Are you looking for used aperture cards scanners? The Wicks & Wilson C-250 and CS-750 scanners have been discontinued but do come available in the secondary market. Find used aperture card scanners at Document Imaging Brokers.
Wicks & Wilson C-250
The Wicks & Wilson C-250 aperture card scanner has been designed to provide businesses with high productivity and excellent image quality. It is a cost-effective solution for people seeking equipment for fast, high volume scanning of aperture cards-based engineering drawings, as well as scientific documents. The C250 can scan aperture cards at a speed of 350 cards per hour at 200 dpi and 250 cards per hour at 400 dpi.
Wicks & Wilson CS-750
The Wicks & Wilson CS-750 is the most advanced of the lot and can scan at an image quality of 100 to 600 dpi. The scanner features two image processing levels. The basic level offers good results with simplified settings and automatic image enhancement options. The advanced level allows users to optimize image quality with precise, detailed settings. The Wicks & Wilson CS-750 comes with a reduction ratio of 7.5 to 36x (variable). Breeze through the scanning process with top-notch new and used aperture card scanners for sale offered by Document Imaging Brokers.