Creating and Maintaining image quality when scanning large format engineering documents and maps

Posted by Mike Ireson on 5/22/2019 to Scanning Help
Creating and Maintaining image quality when scanning large format engineering documents and maps
How to maintain the quality of your scanned documents, engineering drawings and maps.

ROWE Scan Manager Software excels in print shop productivity.

Posted by Mike Ireson on 5/10/2019 to Software
ROWE Scan Manager Software excels in print shop productivity.
ROWE Scan Master scanning software, full of new features that every print/copy shop wishes they had now.

The importance of using carrier sheets, when scanning damaged originals.

Posted by Mike Ireson on 5/6/2019
The importance of using carrier sheets, when scanning damaged originals.

Document carrier sheets have been used, very effectively, for many years in the reprographics industry. They virtually eliminate damage to original documents as they pass through the copying or imaging equipment. Document carriers should be used for any large document that is considered irreplaceable, or for documents that are very thin or have damage. A scanning department should always have carrier sheets on hand, for damaged documents, they are reusable and if handled carefully, they can last for a long time. Colortrac provides the sheets with a WHITE or BLACK background. For standard documents, the white sheet is best. If you need to scan document with printing on thin paper, with image on the back side (i.e. Newspaper), you would use the black backing. This keeps the image on the back from being captured along with the front.


Carrier Sheet - White     

Carrier Sheet - Black

The new ROWE Scan 850i with a firework of innovations. ROWE honored as TOP 100 Innovator 2017

Posted by Mike on 9/28/2017
Press release

The new ROWE Scan 850i with a firework of innovations.

ROWE honored as TOP 100 Innovator 2017.