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Aperture Card Scanning

Aperture card scanning is performed in most cases to convert the information inside the card into a format that can be easily accessed. This kind of scanning has its commonly used format that it is usually converted to. This is the PDF and the TIFF formats that can be used with any type of aperture card. The most useful benefit behind this kind of scanning is to enable companies find appropriate ways of storing their engineering drawings, plans and technical diagrams. Furthermore, it enables the company get rid of the time consuming tasks that they may be engaged in when trying to retrieve the documents. With the aperture card it is able to transport a single slide of about 35mm microfilm.

Most of the documents that are contained in the card have to be scanned at high resolutions so that all of the intricate details of the document are captured. After the aperture card scanning the images that are produced have to be checked out and corrections made so that only high quality work is produced. If the scanning produces aged or poor quality work this may have to be processed through an image enhancer to be able to treat any of the weak spots.

One the aperture card scanning is complete and the treatment is done, the images scanned will have to be converted to the required electronic format. Indexing is usually the last stage of this process and this is done as specified by the client. This indexing may be done according to the drawing number, the title, description or by using a reference number.

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