With the ability to not only digitize the cards quickly on demand, directly distribute via e-mail or just send direct to scaled print, the scanner‘s powerful image processing tools have allowed the engineers to easily view and manage the drawings in digital form.

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Wicks and Wilson Aperture Card Scanners

Aperture Card Scanners for Digital Scanning

Turn Aperture Cards into Easily Accessed Digital Images

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WWL C400 Aperture Card Scanner

C400 Aperture Card Scanner*

  • Batch scanning at speeds of up to 300 cards/hour
  • 150 card automated feed hopper for unattended batch scanning
  • Automatic Hollerith (punch) data entry

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Wicks and Wilson C Drive X Aperture Card Scanner

C Drive X Aperture Card Scanner

  • On-demand scanning of single
    aperture cards at speeds of up to 10 seconds/scan
  • Manual Hollerith (punch) data entry
  • Affordable model, compact size

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cs500-scanstation Aperture Card Scanner

CS500 Scanstation

Due to technological advances, the Wicks and Wilson CS500 aperture card scanner is no longer in production. Replacement products include:

cs750-scanstation Aperture Card Scanner

CS750 Scanstation

  • 600 dpi scanner including
  • 750 cards per hour (200 dpi, bitonal,
    A2/C size)
  • 500 card input and output hoppers
  • 150 card review and reject

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The Crowley Company manufactures the Wicks and Wilson C-Series and CS-Series aperture card scanners, designed to quickly and easily converting microfilm aperture cards to digital image data. Whether requirements dictate on-demand or batch scanning, the C-series and CS-series offer a solution for fast, efficient digitization.

Mekel*The Wicks and Wilson C400 aperture card scanner is also OEM’d under the Mekel Technology brand as the MACH1 ACS.