The Archivist — Non Destructive Scanning

When you think of scanning, many people visualize loose pages quickly passing through a scanner, which are then turned into digital files. The majority of the time it happens exactly like that. But what about when a client has a book or bound material?  In the past, the pages would need to be removed from […]

Preserving a family’s Civil War history

Posted on June 23, 2017 by

(Pinetec is proud to be able to help preserve historical documents for businesses and families. We have decided to dedicate certain blog posts as part of our new historical series, which you will be able to read on Pinetec’s main blog page.) A client of Pinetec recently contacted us to ask if we would be […]

Why a Nondestructive Scanner Was Used for 1928 English Garden Bicycle Tour Project

Posted on December 15, 2015 by

(Part of Pinetec’s historical blog series) We recently completed a unique scanning project for a local resident. The project was to scan three diaries from of a trip to England in 1928. For some traditional projects we can remove the spine and use a high-speed scanner. The diaries, which are over 86 years old, needed to be […]