Have you considered taking pictures of your thermal prints and turning them into a PDF documents. We've been using a free cell phone application, which does this, for about a year now. Our field people use it to take pictures of their receipts and send them into the office. Name of the application is "Genius Scan" If you'd like to know more, email our employee who set up and coordinates this for us. Her name is Kristi Wilson. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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We scan several hundred tickets in a week so the picture idea is a good one, but wouldn't work for that volume. We're hoping to find a scanner that's made to handle this type of paper, wasn't sure if anyone was using for this application already.
Hello Karen,Fujitsu has great scanners. Depending on business need, I generally recommend either the fi series, or the ScanSnap series. In my experience, thermal papers wear out the rubber rollers in the scanners more quickly, so they need to be cleaned them more often.You may also want to consider a ContactLess scanner. Here is the link to Fujitsu's product video.Good Luck,Varoujan AdamianPrincipal ConsultantNoravandBurbank, CA(818) email@example.com
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