Posts Tagged ‘Technical Support’

Parts & Microfilm: The Fourth Piece of Crowley’s 360⁰ Solution

 

 

 

 

 

 

We previously wrote a blog post about Crowley’s technical support services – the third of our four solution categories. Our intention was to quickly follow with the fourth category, parts and microfilm, but developing our new website took priority. Now that we’ve launched the new site (take a peek!),  we’re on track …

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Road Scanner, part one

(Introduction written by Debbie Harris, Crowley’s director of technical services)

Taking a Zeutschel scanner on the road is no easy task. Weighing in at 500+ pounds crated, the scanner is difficult to easily maneuver. Additionally, the camera head should be calibrated each time it is re-assembled.

It is rare when a big …

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From Scanning to Salmon: Installing an InoTec in Alaska

In April, we discussed technical support services and celebrated the 50th state milestone of Crowley technician Steve Sheckels. Today, we take a look into the life of another Sheckels brother, Kris. You may remember Kris as the imaging specialist who scanned the Rosenberg diary under armed guard. Now a Crowley …

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Crowley’s Traveling Technician

On March 26th, Steve Sheckels, a Crowley field service engineer, accomplished a pretty impressive milestone: he visited his 50th United State in the course of doing business. Steve’s a talented technician and instructor and has traveled the U.S. and beyond performing scanner and imaging equipment installations, training and …

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