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 Articles, Press Releases 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.  

Add a wide format MFP scanner to your large format printer to make a useful E-size or A0 copier

Posted in Articles on June 26th, 2013

What is a wide format MFP? Multifunction peripherals (also known in the industry as a multifunction printer or MFP) have been a regular feature in offices over the last few years, offering the functionality of several peripherals in one device. All of these machines have a scanner, printer and a copier. This innovation can now…

Map Scanners: Find The Right Map Scanning Solution

Posted in Articles on June 14th, 2013

Map scanners are commonly used across a variety of industry sectors, where a crisp and clear image is of primary importance. They are used by a range of customers, from university departments to architects and engineers who use technical digital images on a day to day basis. Colortrac large format scanners offer cutting edge precision…

Digitize Artwork & Paintings: Art Scanning Solutions

Posted in Articles on June 4th, 2013

Large format scanners for digitizing artwork Those who are most comfortable with technology, by and large, are more likely to get noticed in the artistic world. The more easily a piece of art work can be disseminated, the more likely it is that the artist who made it will receive recognition. Even if you have…