Over 50 Installations Worldwide
Now available on the Image Access GSA contract GS35F0203Y
Cologne, Warsaw, Greece, New Orleans, Tokyo – After introduction at CeBIT in March 2017, the WideTEK® 36ART has inspired a broad audience of experts at other events worldwide. Since then, over 50 systems have been installed at customer sites in numerous locations, an impressive number for a large format art scanner. During the ramp up phase to volume production, 50 systems were manufactured and shipped in six months time. One of the successful installations was in the Brandenburg State Archives in Potsdam, Germany where over 4,200 historical documents, including medieval chronicles, plans and documents embossed with seals were scanned for digital accessibilty in their reading room.
Because it gently digitizes and archives originals contact free, the WideTEK 36ART is the ideal solution for digitizing oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, charcoal and pastel drawings, mixed media collages and antique works of art; at 600dpi in formats up to 914 x 1524mm / 36 x 60 inches.
Image Access will exhibit this exciting new addition to the WideTEK family of scanners at a number of fairs such as the Museum and Heritage Exhibition in London on 16 and 17 May and the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas October 18th to 20th. For further exhibition dates, visit our homepage.