Paradigm Imaging Releases Wide Format Kurabo Scanner
Optional software allows users to overlay CAD and raster files on scanned images.
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April 9, 2012
By DE Editors
Paradigm Imaging Group released a new wide-format flatbed scanner, the 24-inch by 36-inch (ARCH D Size) flatbed scanner, manufactured by Kurabo. The scanner can be used for scanning museum art, textiles and delicate documents. An ARCH-D size color document can be scanned in 20 seconds or less in 400 dpi/high-speed mode. Resolution is adjustable by 1 dpi increments within the range from 50 dpi to 800 dpi.
The scanner can scan at 2.1-inches per second, has a built-in document counter, a one-year warranty, and RGB 3-line CCD.
Operating software is included with the Kurabo scanner, enabling the user the preview scanned images and perform basic editing functions. With the optional Aupier-Gigastitch software you can stitch and join multiple sections of scanned images, overlaying CAD and Raster files. A variety of editing tools are available and the data management system allows operators to display, scroll, enlarge, reduce, layout, stitch, and save high capacity image data (over 1GB) easily and quickly.
For more information, visit Paradigm Imaging Group and Kurabo.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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