Aperture Card Scanning
IDSL's Aperture Card scanning service offers customers the finest in image quality taken from Microfilm.
The Aperture Card is a customary Hollerith encoded card transported for a 35mm transparency.
The feature is 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, reaching a maximum of 600dpi resolution.
IDSL may have a consultation with clients, analysing and assessing the archive of an aperture card. Leading to the creation of a scanning solution tailored to meet the individual needs of a project.
When the aperture card has gone through the scanning process, it can be indexed by:
- Issue Number
- Drawing Number / Part Number / Date
- Client Name
- Drawing Description
- Storage Media
The scanned/indexed aperture card is stored onto CD’s/DVD’s/Portable Hard Drives. It is also transferred directly to a personal network for shared access.
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