[Athen] RE: Current high-speed scanners

Stuart Buckley sbuckle5 at fau.edu
Wed Mar 6 13:27:49 PST 2013

Hello Teresa,

I have to second Ron on the recommendation of the Fujitsu 6770. It is a solid scanner, and I have had absolutely no issues with it. It even endures use from our students, as well as the lab staff. We added this as a second scanner after our well-used Fujitsu 5750, which is still running strong with no issues either after several years use.

Stuart Buckley
Coordinator of Assistive Technology
Florida Atlantic University
Office for Students with Disabilities
SU 80 Room 133
561.297.2184 fax

From: athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman1.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Teresa Haven
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2013 3:01 PM
To: 'Access Technology Higher Education Network'
Subject: [Athen] Current high-speed scanners

Greetings, all. I know this question comes up periodically, but the answers change because the technology keeps changing. Does anyone have current information/opinions on good options for high-quality, durable, high-speed duplex scanners for alt format production? We are still running on our Canon DR9080C that we've had for years, but we would like to purchase a new machine to add to our production line and serve as insurance for the day when our old Canon finally bites the dust. (The last time we had to put in a maintenance call it was down for almost a month, and I can't let that happen again.) Any suggestions on brands/models I should research are most welcome.

Teresa LW Haven, Ph.D.
Supervisor, Alternative Format Services
Disability Resource Center
Arizona State University

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