CRUSE Scanner

The uniqueness of CRUSE scanners is defined by following key features: 

In our models with Synchron Table (ST), the CCD sensor detects the object in center of the lens during scanning, while the object on the Synchron Table passes through under the scanning unit. Thanks to the ST mode, even very large originals can be scanned in the same reproduction angle and therefor with consistent quality.

For digitizing 3D objects, metal objects and elaboration of the finest structures and textures in the original, CRUSE offers various additional features that are particularly important for archiving and reproducing Fine Art originals.

CRUSE scanners are far superior to other producers, with a line CCD under homogeneous lighting conditions while maintaining sharpness and constant reproduction angle of photography for large format originals.

  • 100% noncontact scanning.

  • Very homogenous, even, and totally stable illumination of the scan area, using only 10 % of light usually necessary for reproduction, ensuring minimal light exposure.

  • A special lighting direction for setting and visualizing finest structures, made plastically visible by using different light combinations (Synchron Table).

  • Maximum sharpness and 100 % parallelism, even for large originals.

  • Framed pictures can also be scanned

  • Different models for originals of a size up to 200 x 300 cm. Our scanners are able to scan up to 800 dpi. Higher resolution available on request.

  • Line-oriented digitizing of the template for precise detection

  • Integrated ICC color management

  • Constant identical reproduction angle

3D Photostation

  • High degree of automation in the generation of 3D models

  • Working efficiently with project templates and light presets for recurring tasks

  • LED light dome with separately adjustable lighting systems