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Maintaining, storing and retrieving large format drawings, often on an infrequent basis, is made significantly easier using the services of Datastor to convert current and historical drawings to electronic images.

The latest capturing equipment and software employed enables us to provide an efficient service to reduce archives or to seamlessly integrate large sized drawings into Project Files, Building and Planning Files plus Health and Safety Manuals.

Often historical drawings are of poor quality or contrast. Using the industry recognised image enhancement software VRS we automatically adjust the foreground and background dynamically between areas within the same document to produce high quality images from original documents of varying quality and contrast in either black and white (mono) or colour.

Employing the latest scanning technology, both hardware and software we scan large format up to A0+ at resolutions of up to 600dpi in either colour or black and white.

Typically we scan:

  • Engineering Drawings
  • Plans
  • Building Control Drawings
  • Site Surveys
  • Architects Drawings
  • Maps

Find out more about Scan-on-Demand and Scan-on-Site services

Output media: CD, DVD and all other standard media formats

Output formats: Group 4 TIFF, JPEG, PDF

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