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Scanning

Duggal specializes in scanning, archiving and digitizing images from transparent slides, film negatives, fine artwork and photographic prints. We provide archive management for world-class museums, galleries and brands while also serving students and independent professionals.

Scanner Types

  • Drum scanners
  • Flatbed scanners
  • High-speed Kodak film scanners
  • Imacon film scanners

Scanning & Digitizing

Here at Duggal we have a world-class repertoire of scanning, archiving and digitizing services. We digitize images for everyone from students to global brands; from photographers to museums and galleries. Our skilled and passionate experts know that a beautiful output begins with a perfect scan.

Drum Scanner Specs

  • Up to a maximum size of 11” x 14”
  • Wet and dry mounting available
  • PMT (Photo Multiplier Tube) capture device
  • The analog to digital output is the only digital file that can reproduce the latitude, contrast, and grain structure of any film.

Mon. 11/23/20

Shop the Brooklyn Navy Yard Holiday Market Online

The 3rd Annual Brooklyn Navy Yard Holiday Market is here, and like many things in 2020, it’s online. That’s totally okay, if you ask us. Not only does online shopping eliminate crowds, but it also […]

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Mon. 11/23/20

Liquor Displays We Love

The alcohol industry is an absolute battleground for sales. Even the kingpins are frequently seen staging elaborate displays to remain top of mind. As a leading producer of graphic displays and visual experiences, Duggal Visual […]

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Mon. 11/16/20

Up Your Brand’s Social Media Content

Social media has long been essential in the brand marketer’s toolkit, and the coronavirus pandemic only furthered the need for brands to engage and entertain their audiences online. As marketing teams continue to work remotely, […]

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Mon. 11/16/20

10-Second COVID Antibody Results Possible with 3D Printing

As rapid testing remains critical in curbing the coronavirus pandemic, one group may have found a breakthrough antibody test using 3D printing. Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), the University of Pittsburgh, and the University of […]

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