Scanning System3 — Color Copier, Network Printer, Internet Collaboration

IDEAL’s versatile Scanning System3 lets you can turn your large format inkjet into a color copier; send scans to remote printers on the network and collaborate in a secure hosted environment.     To build your Scanning System3,  start with any 36” or 42” IDEAL / Contex scanner model and add IDEAL’s SFP353 adjustable scanner stand, which will “piggy-back” over top of your HP, Canon, Epson or other large format printer. 

Then, choose JETimageNET scan to print software as your scanner operating system.   JETimageNET scan to print software can be used as copy software to send directly to the local printer, and it can also send scans to remote printers on the network, as well as scanning to file for archiving purposes.  JETimageNET supports both color and black and white copying and scanning, with fast high-quality color-matched copies.

Add a subscription to MyArchiveCenter.com, IDEAL’s hosted archiving and collaboration solution and you’re ready to go.  MyArchiveCenter.com offers a low-cost way to archive and back-up files as well as a fast and easy way to share and collaborate on drawings in a Level 3 secure environment.  Server-side thin client ensures fast view of large scanned files on any internet browser. 

 A point of interest…All drawings uploaded to MyArchiveCenter.com are maintained in a secure Level 3 datacenter and managed by Global Archives, an IDEAL Strategic Business Partner. The center is designed as a disaster recovery center and sits on the Internet backbone. Data resides on secure socket layer servers providing 256 bit encryption and employs user authentication policies. Concurrent operations provide primary and secondary access with automated backup services. If you have any questions about IDEAL’s Scanning System3, or anything else IDEAL, you can reach me at idealblog@ideal.com 

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