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crustytv
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Decided that it was high time my slow, long in the tooth, flat bed scanner, in use for almost a decade, was due its retirement. The question was what to get? After much reading, I decided on a CZUR (pronounced like the name Caesar) overhead book scanner. This allows for auto crease correction and I can scan huge circuits that I have in large binders. Just got to figure out all the in's and out's for the software. Should make scanning data for members a much easier task now.

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Topic starter Posted : 30/07/2021 2:11 pm
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Katie Bush
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That looks and sounds like an interesting tool!  I'm interested in the auto crease correction - I guess from that, you could scan folded items like maps and large scale schematics, and have results free of visible aberrations. In its own way, it reminds me of the 'auto-stitch' feature on my old Logitech handheld scanner, that allowed me to scan large documents in strips, and never see the join.

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Posted : 01/08/2021 8:08 pm
RichardFromMarple
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Very interesting, one of my other hobbies is collection old car magazines & brochures, which I often scan with a flatbed scanner, though this can sometimes have less than perfect results.

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Posted : 01/08/2021 10:33 pm