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November 22 - 24, 2017
Scanning Artwork with the WideTEK® 36ART at EXPONATEC 2017 in Cologne
 
Image Access will present its new art scanner, the WideTEK® 36ART, for the first time at the 8th biannual EXPONATEC in hall 3.2, booth E064 to an audience of artists and other specialists from the fine art field. From November 22 to 24 2017, the museum world in the cultural city of Cologne will have the opportunity to see the new large format scanner, which has been specially developed for the digitization of artwork.

With this scanner, each museum is able to digitally archive its own art collection, to publish it in print and online media, or to offer it as a high quality art reproduction. Together with modern electronic presentation platforms, the museums can offer a variety of ways to present the works of art to the public. Art which can rarely be shown in the exhibition rooms because of its fragility or for reasons of space can now be made available in electronic catalogs. If the professional digitization of paintings has been very time-consuming in the past, the WideTEK 36ART will make this simple, fast and cost-effective.

The WideTEK 36ART is remarkable for fine art scanning due to its 3D scanning mode. With this scanning process, the digital images have a particularly realistic, textured effect. This three-dimensional impression is also reproduced, so that these prints can not be distinguished from the original at first glance. A new dimension for reprography! In combination with large format printers, the art scanner is the perfect basis for professional art reproduction with the highest color accuracy.

The WideTEK 36ART digitizes works of art such as oil and acrylic paintings, watercolors, charcoal and pastel drawings, collages or antique works completely contact free. Even paintings which are still wet can be digitized. The scanner captures formats of up to 914 x 1524 mm in high resolution, in brilliant and true colors while ensuring the original is completely unharmed due to gentle handling.

EXPONATEC, the leading communication platform for the museum, conservation and restoration industry, combines culture and industry in dialogue with the aim of protecting cultural heritage and preserving it for future generations. The number of ca. 4,000 trade visitors from 40 countries and 197 exhibitors from 21 countries of the last EXPONATEC is expected to be topped this year.


November 07 - 09, 2017
WideTEK and Bookeye Scanners at Heritage Fair in Warsaw
 
Image Access will present the WideTEK and Bookeye range during the Heritage Fair at the Trade Fair and Congress Centre in Warsaw. From 7. – 9. November 2017, visitors will have the chance to see the WideTEK wide format scanners at the booth of Image Access´ wide format scanner partner Agraf and the Bookeye scanner range as well as the brand new WideTEK 36ART at the booth of Image Access´ book scanner partner DDP.

October 10 - 12, 2017
Image Access at SGIA Expo in New Orleans
 

Image Access will exhibit again this year at the SGIA Expo, in New Orleans, Louisiana from October 10-12, 2017. SGIA, the Specialty Graphics Imaging Association, hosts America´s largest imaging and printing trade show annually. This year, the venue is the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.

Visit Image Access at Booth 3822 and see the new WideTEK 36ART fine art scanner as well as other Image Access large format scanners.


October 08 - 12, 2017
Image Access at GITEX 2017 in Dubai
 
Image Access will again be present this year at the GITEX exhibition in the Dubai World Trade Center, as they have since over a decade. Over the years, the Middle East has grown to be one of the most important markets globally.

From 8 - 12 October 2017 Image Access will exhibit at GITEX 2017 together with our partner of many years and distributor in the Middle East, Forefront Technologies in Hall 4 at booth B4-1.

The following solutions will be on display:

Image Access looks forward to welcoming you in Dubai!




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