Manufacturer / Dealer: Microbox
Model: Microbox Cadmic
The Microbox CADMIC Microfilm Aperture Card Printer.
The Microbox CADMIC Aperture Card Printer is a 35mm Laser Plotter designed for the digital age.
The CADMIC is an aperture card based system that streamlines the archiving process by connecting directly to a network to automatically convert drawings from digital files to silver halide aperture cards for storage, distribution or duplication.
The printer is capable of processing up to 60 cards per hour. Once the drawings to be converted are queued on the network, the machine can be left unattended to produce cards from a 500-card cassette.
By using a large format scanner linked to the CADMIC it is possible to scan drawings and send the image with Hollerith index data to the machine to create indexed and punched cards. This is the true large format digital camera concept.
There has recently been increased interest in the CADMIC from companies that have invested in microfilm technology in the past and need to prolong the creation of microfilm cards in the digital age. This may be for contractual reasons or because these companies realise that in the digital age, aperture cards are proven technology that will retain their information for 100 years or more.
SIMPLIFIES CARD CREATION
ELIMINATES MANUAL FILMING
AUTOMATES PUNCH AND PRINT INDEXING ON THE CARD
SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES OPERATING COSTS
FAST AND EASY TO USE
EASY NETWORK INTEGRATION
CREATE LARGE FORMAT DIGITAL CAMERA
FULLY BACKED BY OUR OWN INTERNATIONAL SERVICE DIVISION. FULLY APPROVED AND AUTHORISED BY MICROBOX GERMANY