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Microfiche and Microfilm Scanning Services

Why Choose Generation Imaging for a Microfilm or Microfiche Conversion?

Generation Imaging believes our microfilm scanning company stands out from the crowd. We know how frustrating it could be to search for the right microfiche or microfilm scanning services company. The main reasons to use Generation Imaging for your digital conversion:

  • Wholesale scanning prices: Price is the #1 concern about microfiche and microfilm digitization services. Generation Imaging does not mark up prices, subcontract, or overcharge.
  • Dedicated and experienced team. With over 30 years of experience, we have seen all types of microfiche and microfilm, from standard jackets to combo fiche to ultrafiche, we seen them all.
  • We have top notch customer service and a quick turnaround. We are not a faceless organization or corporate conglomerate. We have had no shipping mishaps. We realize you may prefer a local microfiche scanning company, but we bet we could outperform them on quality and price.
  • Specialized. Unlike other scanning bureaus which sell microfilm scanners, microfiche supplies, electronic document management software, or cloud-based hosting, we  focus and specialize in the niche of document, microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, and slide scanning. This scan conversion is the most important part of the project.

Benefits of Digital Imaging

Scanned images take up less storage space than physical media
Converted files are easy to retrieve and transfer
Files can be duplicated easily 
The risk of loss and damage drops considerably 
Eliminates the need to fix reader printers or viewers
Subcontracting scanning cost is usually than buying a new scanner

Generation Imaging specializes in the following scanning services:

Microfilm Scanning

Microfilm scanning is the process which converts 16mm or 35mm roll film into digital images. Roll film types include simplex, duplex, cartridges, thin film, thick film, duo, positive, and negative. These files can be TIFF, PDF, or JPEG.

Microfilm Scanning Services For Todays Needs

 Microfiche Scanning

Microfiche scanning is the act of converting 16mm or 35mm jacket fiche, combo microfiche, COM fiche, step-and-repeat microfiche, ultrafiche, and rewritable fiche to digital image.microfiche conversion

 Aperture Card Scanning

Aperture card scanning converts apertures to image and reads Hollerith code to name the files.florida aperture card scanning

Slide Scanning

Slide scanning preserves your memories stored on KODAK or other old slides into color images. We create full color JPEGS.

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 Florida Document Scanning

Document scanning is the process of converting paper into digital images. We can help your office records if you are in doctor office, medical office, lawfirm, building department, school, and more.

Generation Imaging’s address is:

Generation Imaging
1071 W 50TH PLACE
HIALEAH, FL 33012

We provide all of your microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, color slides, and paper document digitization needs.

So please think of us us when you come across that media.

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Aperture Card Scanning

Data PC Cards
Many organizations such as nuclear power plants, engineering firms, city mapping, weapons manufacturers, and counties handle aperture cards on a daily basis to access and use information. Aperture cards usually contain some type of engineering drawings, building blue prints, or title records.

Although handling these old PC data card has been a common practice for years, aperture card scanning technologies has been changing this dynamic. If you use aperture cards to store and retrieve your documents, you are probably thinking there has to be a quicker and more efficient method.

The process of digitizing aperture cards has been around for some time now, good aperture card conversion companies- like Generation Imaging- has the required equipment and knowledge to safeguard your apertures and to achieve the best possible digital conversion results.

Generation Imaging will transfer the data you have on your aperture cards to a digital format, such as TIFF, JPEG, PDF, or other file format. Digital conversion is ideal for storing and retrieving documents.

If you need to convert aperture cards to digital images Generation Imaging will offer you a cost-effective solution. We can convert A- E + size engineering drawings.

What are some sales questions for aperture card scanning? How will the aperture cards be retrieved once in a digital format? Convert aperture cards to PDF or TIFF? Multi-page or single page? Will the hollerith code punches be used to index and name the images? What if there are no hollerith punches? Are the aperture card drawing numbers or name typed on the title of the card and/or on the images themselves? What are the different size drawing contained in the aperture card collection?

All of these questions should be cleared up during the question and answer initial phase of a large aperture card set.

Also, if you subscribe to government bid RFP websites like RFPDepot BidSync or Onvia and others, or you work with counties, cities, state governments, you may come across aperture card scanning portions of a bid. Please keep Generation Imaging in mind to help you out.

Aperture card scanning is a specialty for G.I. Partner, LLC in Florida, and the have the experience and talented staff to convert aperture cards to digital image. CONTACT US

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Microfilm Scanning

GI Partners Florida

Generation Imaging is a microfilm scanning company founded by G.I. Partners, LLC of Florida, and is run by Damian Hospital and Dan Gandul. We are composed of the most experienced and detail orientated microfilm scanner operators, managers, and customer service representatives in the United States. No microfilm or microfiche scanning job is too big or too small for us- we stand ready for 20 million images or one roll. Due to the hit the economy has taken, GI realizes and understands the importance of offering low microfilm conversion prices and low microfiche scanning prices. However, do not let our below market microfilm scanning prices make you think your project will be rushed out- Generation Imaging has assembled an experience quality control team, and uses the latest software to ensure your images are top-notch.

Please contact Damian Hospital directly at 954-851-6970 or Dan Gandul directly at 786-227-3042  and by e-mail damian@generationimaging or dan@generationimaging. Dan and Damian want you to be Generation Imaging’s business parter, and they are more than willing to assist you with technical questions, assist with government RFPs, and remember- there’s no such thing as a “stupid question”. In the microfilm scanning industry, many people use different terms, and since microfilm scanning is a niche market, we understand that some processes may be foreign or new to some. Damian and Dan have the patience, knowledge, and take care of you as a client by being fully and quickly accessible. Anyone who has done business with Damian Hospital from the customer service end, knows that he responds faster than an automated robot and will not rest until you are satisfied. Dan Gandul is matchless when it comes to explaining microfilm scanning production.

With a dedicated staff with years of micrographics and digital imaging experience, the Generation Imaging team have been providing digital microfilm conversions and image indexing services for government agencies, microfilm service bureaus, large corporations, small businesses, and other organizations since the 1980’s. With the recent economic hardships, GI has been able to gather a team with a wealth of professional microfilm scanning experience.

Using the best microfiche scanners, microfilm scanners, and aperture card scanners,  indexing software , Quality Control methods, and image processing software, our digital imaging conversion includes not only includes microfilm scanning services, but we are just as efficient in microfiche scanning, aperture card conversion, Florida document imaging, OCR, autocrop, manual crop, deskew, TIFF to PDF, multi-tiff, multi-pdf, CSV files, txt files, duplex image splitting, fully-customizable imaging processes, creating databases , microfilming, microfilm duplication, and other microfilm and microfiche processes.

Generation Imaging’s microfilm scanning services include scanning all types of microform, such as 16mm roll film, 35mm roll film, 16mm 3m or Kodak cartridges, 16mm COM continuous film, duplex film, aperture cards, source document jacketed fiche, 35mm fiche, oversized large format fiche, 35mm color slides, and other media.

In addition to our relatively low overhead, new technology applications has played a major role in microfilm scanning cost cut. Over the past few years, improvements in image capturing and processing tools, faster processing capabilities, and development of more efficient scanning equipment, has increase productivity many times over what it was just a few years ago. For example, for 16mm roll film, you can expect to see an 80% lower scan cost from the early 2000’s. This price trend started before the current economy changes took affect.

Our clients will benefit from the price cuts, but another important advantage is that we all benefit from quality and service improvements also. Although the microfilm scanning cost has been lowered, the quality of the output images has been increasing . We can now capture and process images with much higher quality standards, thanks to the advancements of the latest systems available.

For Dan, Damian, and the rest of the Generation Imaging team, it is  a pleasure to serve your microfilm scanning needs. Please feel free to contact us for microfilm quotes or project details.

Damian Hospital damian@generationimaging
954-851-6970 (cell)

Dan Gandul dan@generationimaging
786-227-3042 (cell) CONTACT US

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