• Rolling scanners (up to 56" on the short side)
  • Flatbed scanners (up to 18.5" x 25")
  • Overhead imagers (up to 34" X 45")
  • See below for details and locations
  • We can only scan items permitted by copyright law

Rolling scanners

    The Makerspace rolling scanner:

  • can scan a width of 56” on the short side
  • 600 dpi

    The Geospatial Services and Training rolling scanner:

  • up to 36” wide media
  • 600 dpi

Flatbed scanners

    The Makerspace flatbed scanner:

  • can scan 18.5x25”
  • 600x1200 dpi
  • can capture depth beyond the thickness of paper

    The Plustek scanners in Music and Dance and Family History:

  • can scan 12x17”
  • 600 dpi
  • Scans at just 2mm from a book gutter. They’re ideal for scanning books without destroying the spine.

    The Humanities and Family History Epson flatbed scanners:

  • can scan 12.2x17.2”
  • up to 2400 dpi
  • most appropriate for items that can lie flat and need extra high resolution (scanning speeds are very slow at high resolution).

Overhead imagers

    The Makerspace photobooth:

  • uses a 100 megapixel camera
  • captures up to 34x45”
  • DPI varies by how far away the camera is positioned from the item being scanned.
  • ideal for capturing objects with one of the following traits: doesn’t lie flat, fragile, dirty, media that smudges, or framed.

    The Family History Bookeye station:

  • can image books up to 12x18”
  • 300 dpi
  • made for quickly imaging books without damaging the spine.