Challenge: Handling “as-built” changes at construction sites

Posted in Articles on August 9th, 2022

Surprises always turn up when walls get torn down at construction sites. The unknown or unexpected can result in countless changes to plans as projects get underway. The larger the site, the greater the number of red-line changes. Without quick approvals of these red-lines, construction projects can be delayed and costs can rise. Solution: Capture…

How to scan blueprints with a large format scanner

Posted in Articles on June 20th, 2019

Blueprint scanning Scanning blueprints with large format scanners is currently the best option for clients looking to archive documents. This is a far cry from its origins and shows how far progress has come. A French chemist called Alphonse Louis Poitevin discovered that light transformed the ferro-gallate in gum into a chemical that allows you…

Top 5 Benefits of Large Format Scanners: Colortrac Review

Posted in Articles on April 20th, 2016

In industries such as construction, architecture, engineering and manufacturing, or in local authorities’ planning departments, large-format paper drawings and plans are commonplace. These are not without drawbacks, as their sheer size makes them more vulnerable to being damaged when handled, and paper will deteriorate over time. They also take up a lot of valuable office…

Back to the Future: A Look at Today’s Wide-format Scan Technology

Posted in Press Releases, Articles on February 24th, 2016

My Print Resource publishes a review of scanner technology and how it has changed dramatically over a short period. Covering the full evolution of wide-format scanning, including Colortrac’s reputation as an innovator and our recent revolution through SmartLF Scan! Read more here.