scanning services for digitizing & printing large printed documents
Scanning large printed documents and drawings can be cumbersome, especially if you don't have your own large scanner available in your budget. Our services for digitizing large printed documents can scan posters, drawings, fine art, renderings, and more so you don't have to. With our extensive experience with large scale paper conversion and our flat rate scanning prices, printing and converting your large format drawings and documents is both affordable and accurate.
How the scanning & digitizing large printed documents process works
When your large posters, drawings, fine art, or renderings are received at our Dallas office, they are scanned at a default 300 DPI and uploaded to a secure server. A secured user name and password is sent to you so you can access and download your image to your computer from the server at any time. The original printed documents in the quantity you specify are shipped back to your facility at no extra charge.
Types of Services Available For Printing Architectural Documents & Blueprints
A wide variety of services and features are included with our scanning services for digitizing large printed documents, posters, and drawings, including:
- Available in B&W, greyscale or color
- Secure document tracking from receipt to delivery
- Temporary storage and shredding option available
- Indexing from document (Up to 20 characters)
- Up to 36" wide and 60" long
- 300 DPI default scan with higher resolutions available
Contact Us about digitizing large printed documents, posters, drawings, fine art, and renderings
Southwest Solutions Group® provides services for scanning, printing, and digitizing large printed documents, posters, drawings, fine art, renderings, and more. SSG will even provide a free consultation and quote to determine your exact scanning, digitizing, and printing needs to match your price range. For more information or to speak with a document scanning specialist, call us at (972) 250-1970 or send us a message today.
No images available at this time.