Archive writers are used to create permanent records of important documents, data, and information for future reference and retrieval. These writers typically use microfilm or microfiche technology to create a compact, long-lasting version of the original material.
Archive writers are commonly used by libraries, museums, and other institutions to preserve historical records, photographs, newspapers, and other important documents. They are also used by businesses to archive their financial records, legal documents, and other important data for compliance and regulatory purposes.
Archive writers are highly specialized equipment that require skilled operators to ensure the accuracy and quality of the archival records. The resulting microfilm or microfiche records are highly durable and can last for decades or even centuries, making them an important tool for preserving our cultural and historical heritage.
Introducing the next generation of Digital Archive Writers, MD AW3 to suit all various users need that produces the highest microfilm resolution with the fastest production rate but yet most affordable archive writer that the industry has ever seen before.