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Large Format Scanning Services to Digitize Larger Documents

Professional Large Format Scanning Services in San Francisco Bay Area, California

Those looking for large format scanning services might be puzzled as to what is the best option out there. These services are able to copy, print, and scan wide format documents in both black and white and color. Graphic artists and photographers are some of the professionals who most often use these services to develop large versions of their artwork.


Large documents and prints are normally scanned using what is called a plotter, which is basically a huge printer that can handle that type of work. Also, architects and engineers often use large format scanning services on a regular basis to develop maps, architectural drawings, and posters, to mention a few. These types of technical firms focused in construction and engineering, need enlarged plans, renderings, and CAD drawings to be able to see every detail of a project.

Mapping businesses that use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and aerial photos also use these large prints, as well as, reprographics companies that scan posters and sketchers. Oftentimes, interior designers, libraries, and law firms require large format scanning services as well. In summary, large prints are used in pretty much all industries, helping professionals everywhere with their projects.

eRecordsUSA is specialized in providing large format Document Scanning Services, Blueprint Scanning Services, Book scanning services and more. If you would like to receive a free quote for your project? Call +1.855.722.6669 or eMail us at info@eRecordsUSA.com.

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