It’s not surprising that the CopiBook Open system scanner is in high demand, considering its advance scanning features and ease of use. The CopiBook book cradle feature makes the scanning less challenging with its motorised glass plate and auto leveling system.

Many of our clients are looking for an efficient and speedy way to scan their own material onsite, eliminating the need to appoint an external provider for a small number of materials, or source external on-demand scanning.

Our recent client purchases, the National Library of Australia, La Trobe University (recently purchased 2), Maitland City Council, Australian War Memorial (recently purchased 3), The Uniting Church in Australia, University of Newcastle and AIATSIS (currently have 4 CopiBook scanners with plans to expand their fleet), are pleased with the CopiBook because of the speed, flexibility, and ownership it provides their institution.

Moira Bryant, Library Manager – Camden Theological Library at The Uniting Church in Australia kindly expressed her appreciation.
“I wanted to thank you for enabling us to obtain the scanner. It is very helpful and efficient to be able to process new material in a speedy and streamlined fashion.”

The video below provides an insight into the CopiBook scanner, however please contact Richard Wilson or Eamonn Donohoe on 1300 887 507 for a requirements discussion and demonstration.

The CopiBook Open System Scanner