What is aperture card scanning?
The Aperture Card is a customary Hollerith encoded card transported for a 35mm transparency. We offer a scanning service that gives you the finest quality image taken from microfilm. Aperture cards are usually used to store items such as drawing, maps, engineering and spare parts listings. Images stored in aperture cards are scanned on high-speed automated Photo Matrix equipment by IDSL, reaching a maximum of 600dpi resolution.
APERTURE CARD DATA SCANNED AND STORED DIGITALLY
SCANNED DATA SOLUTIONS THAT WORK FOR YOUR NEEDS
When it comes to scanning your data we provide free consultations with all of our clients, to analyse and assess the archive of an aperture card. This then leads to the creation of a scanning solution tailored to meet the needs of your project. When the aperture card has gone through the scanning process, it can be indexed by:
Drawing Number / Part Number / Date
The scanned/indexed aperture card can be stored onto CD’s/DVD’s/Portable Hard Drives. It can also be transferred directly to a personal network for shared access.
The benefits of choosing IDSL
All media data conversion available
Indexing/metadata configuration taken care of
Archived media stored for easy access
Document retrieval software (SSL & GDPR compliant)
Quality control assessments
Updated, controlled specialist data retrieved and stored from a wide range of media