In today’s technological world, converting documents and photos that are in seemingly outdated formats to digital form is extremely common. In some cases, doing so is absolutely essential for the reputation and productivity of your business. Do you have microfilm that you want scanned and converted? Are you not sure what kind of microfilm you have? Micro Records is here with more information about microfilm and microfiche conversions.
What is the Difference Between Microfilm and Microfiche?
There are several different types of microfilm, including: roll film (16mm and 35mm), ansi cartridges, aperture cards and microfiche. Microfiche, unlike microfilm, is made of a flat sheet instead of roll. Jacket microfiche is made of sleeves that can hold strips of 16mm or 35mm roll film. COM fiche (Computer Output Microfilm) can hold up to 300 frames in a single sheet. Using microfilm is a cost effective way to store documents, drawings and other information.
Microfilm and Microfiche Conversions
At Micro Records, we have the capability to convert jobs of any size on time and within budget. Whether your microfiche is jacketed, COM or 105mm fiche – we can find a fast and cost effective solution for converting it. We can scan a variety of microfilm formats for source documents and engineering drawings. Our duplication services include: roll film, microfilm, jackets and aperture cards with Silver and Diazo film capabilities.
Our Handling Process
Our production process implements the highest security and control with regards to handling your original film. Your job will be logged and quality controlled at every stop before, during, and after the scanning process. The finished job will be carefully packaged and sent back to you with your originals. We support all major file formats, but typically output in TIFF Group 4 or PDF formats. Consider our excellent customer service an added bonus!
Ready to Go Digital With Your Documents? Contact Micro Records Today
No matter what kind of business you have, you want to spend your time working for your clients, not searching for paperwork. Micro Records can help you with that. Our products can get you on the right track. If you want to learn more about how we can help you to smoothly transition to the digital age, please contact Micro Records Company, Inc. by calling 877-410-SCAN or visiting MicroRecord.com!