Microfiche Scanning: Which Scanning Company is Good?

Microfiche Scanning Services

We scan microfiche into digital images and convert all different types: 16mm and 35mm jacketed microfiche- both original and duplicates, step and repeat microfiche, rewritable microfiche, and COM. Our microfiche conversion company delivers fast turnaround times at a low cost.
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Microfiche Scanning Equipment

We use NextScan microfiche scanners to digitize microfiche. These microfiche machines are high-production, high-quality scanners. These are not inexpensive microfiche scanners. Because they are much faster than a microfiche scanner you may see at a library or clerk’s office, we can offer low costs at the image or microfiche card level, when compared to you actually going out and buying a microfiche scanner.

Microfiche Experience 

With decades years of experience dating back to the 1980s, we have seen all the different types of issues and solutions relating to microfiche digital conversions. We have created a quality insurance production workflow specially for microfiche scanning. Our production, management, and customer service team have years of experience focused solely in the microfiche scanning industry.

Microfiche Indexing Services

Once the microfiche imaging is complete, we have optional microfiche services for you to consider, depending on your needs (not our needs). We can index the scanned images by keying the title bars or matching to an existing database. We can also OCR the images to generate text searchable PDF files.

Microfiche Scanning Cost Variations

In today’s global digital marketplace, anyone could set up a website or advertise microfiche scanning services without even having the microfiche scanners to back up their promises. Others do have the microfiche machines, but treat is as a part-time job or hobby, working out of their home or storage unit, and may have inferior quality scanners.

You ought to be suspicious if a microfiche scanning price is too high. This may indicate that the project is being subcontracted to another vendor or someone is making a commission. Conversely, you ought to be suspicious of a price that is too low. This may indicate that the person is a hobbyist or sending it to India for scanning.