Long-haul copying no longer required
DOCUMENTS up to 100 feet long can now be scanned at Kall Kwik in Huntingdon. The print and design specialist has invested £40,000 in new state-of-the-art equipment. The company has purchased a Xerox 510 wide format scanner, which can scan documents up to
DOCUMENTS up to 100 feet long can now be scanned at Kall Kwik in Huntingdon.
The print and design specialist has invested £40,000 in new state-of-the-art equipment.
The company has purchased a Xerox 510 wide format scanner, which can scan documents up to 36 inches wide and 100 feet long.
Many local companies, such as architects, solicitors and builders, currently have to send their large documents out of the area to be scanned. These can include building plans, architectural drawings as well as CAD (computer aided design) and GIS (graphic information system) drawings.
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The Xerox 510 is able to scan both colour and mono documents. It uses advanced reprographics software to enhance image quality and can even improve the readability of poor quality originals.
Kirk Rockley, centre manager for Kall Kwik, in Ermine Business Park, Huntingdon said: "Many companies use large format documents and often have to send them out of the area to reproduce or archive them. This new technology will enable us to provide this service to local companies and save them time and money.
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