Cruse Scanner Installs in the United StatesList of places in the United States where you can get a Cruse scan done.
Cruse Scanner Worldwide Installations
Microfilm and Document Management
Museums, Archives & Libraries
Service Bureaus and Prepress
Printers and Textile Printers
What are customers saying about Cruse scanners?
Tom Rieger, owner, Rieger Communications: "No other scanner on the market today gives us the quality, productivity and versatility of our Cruse. Our Cruse scanner allows us to bid large museum jobs with confidence"
Lindsay Brooks, curator, Lowry Museum: "The scanner has brought out depth and detail weve never seen before producing a digitized print which is quite amazing. The art world is going to be absolutely amazed by what can be achieved with this Cruse scanner. Bravo, Cruse!"
Chris Bowler, technician, Lowry Museum: "Ive seen plenty of scans and prints before, but this adds a completely new dimension its so clear and accurate that its even better than having the real painting in front of you. The potential for this technology is immense we can do so much with it, Im really excited!"
Des Bradshaw, technical director, GBM Group: "For the first time, we can create totally accurate scans of large format items like paintings and prints without having to remove them from their frames. We can even scan three-dimensional items like books and small sculptures. Theres no fall off of quality at the edges, and the scans reveal the depth and texture of the item. They can even be used for authentication or reproduction without having to touch the original."
Philippe Laumont, owner, Laumont Editions: "Other image capture devices were unable to produce the level of detail and color fidelity possible with the Cruse one job remained open for nearly two years because we lacked the capability of producing a successful scan. No matter how we tried to image the original, we just couldnt capture the gold tone or silver tone inks beneath layers of velum. The Cruse scanner gave us excellent results on the first scan!"
Dr. Nicholas Hellmuth, director, FLAAR: "The Cruse scanner is the Rolls Royce of repro-stand scanner systems. This scanner is used by leading museums, by military, federal police agencies, research universities, by anyone who needs the absolute top quality digital image."
Warren Tucker, owner, The Frame Works: "Buying a Cruse was one of the easiest decisions Ive made since we decided to get into digital imaging. There is no doubt in my mind after spending countless hours researching large format scanning that Cruse is the best. Your competitors arent even close to Cruse."
Charles Spontinelli, asst. professor, Bowling Green State University: "We have tested objects up to four inches tall and the depth of field (at f11) produced an image that was sharp from top to base. I was impressed by the detail of the scan. We placed the hand of one of our assistants on the copy board for one of our test shots. You could easily see every tiny hair and crease of the skin as well as noting that she chewed her finger nails. The high quality optics of this system is very evident in these 3D images. The skin tone color was also a great match to our "hand model".
Ed Finn, vice president, Dodge Color: "Our scans of a centuries old medical text earned us a commendation from the British Library. We researched scanners extensively before deciding on the Cruse, and it was one of the best purchase decisions weve ever made."
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