How Aperture Card Scanners Can Get You Organized

Posted by MESHDS on Jan 14, 2013 10:00:19 AM

Aperture cards are a type of card that is cut out to fit a chip or microfilm within it. Surrounding the image is machine-readable data that pertains to the specific image. Aperture cards allow you to archive important information and make inexpensive copies for distribution. They have been used in different industries for many years. They are a very reliable and useful way to archive information and have a lifespan of 100 years. Aperture card scanners are used to read the cards, scan them, email them and electronically store them.

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Using Aperture Card Scanners in Your Business

Posted by Kevin D'Arcy on Oct 4, 2012 6:42:05 PM

If you're looking for aperture card scanners, you should know that there are plenty of options. From small scanners that perform basic duties to larger scanners that will provide you with a lot more opportunity to do things with the scanned information, there are several choices for your business. How big your business is, how often it makes use of aperture cards, and how much your business wants to do with the information on those cards will all make a big difference in the aperture card scanner that you choose for your company.

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Topics: mes hybrid, Aperture card scanners, aperture cards

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