We have a long history of affordable innovation
in the photo processing industry. In the past our ExpressCut
modification for the CX 20K Print Cutter and the Express Notch
3000 modification for the Compunotch 3000 Film Notcher has
proven our commitment to quality products that build on previous
investments. We strive everyday to see the photo processing
industry improve. Take a walk through our past product history
and you'll see that we've been there at every step.
Express Notch Pre-Scanner
Modification Kit 1999-2002
The Pre-Scanner Modification kit improved scanning performance,
reduced maintenance time, and replaced hard to find Gretag
parts on the Express Notch 3000.
FSN-2 Upgrade 1997-1998.
The second generation of high speed film scanner notchers
for producing index prints.
Interspersed Modification Kit 1997-1998.
The Interspersed Upgrade kit was a modification kit that could
be factory installed on a new Express Cut™ or installed
by the user on an existing machine. This modification kit
enabled cutting of all three common print sizes on both 3.5:
& 4" wide photo paper, cuts sorts, and counts Classic,
HDTV, and Panoramic prints, an additional sorter bin for interspersed
prints and a greeting card bin.
Express Film Scanner Notcher
(FSN) 1996. The FSN System was a networked based system
that scans negatives at the punch mechanism of the notcher
with a digital camera and networks this data with a workstation
and printer. This included a modification to the Sun Sparc
10 Sparc 20 Station and the Kodak CRT printer.
Express Notch 3000 1991-1996.
The Express Notch 3000 was a high performance upgrade kit
for the Gretag 3000 automatic film notcher. Notching accuracy
was enhanced between 300% and 400%, with a speed improvement
of approximately 40%.
The Express Cut 1995- 1998. The
Express Cut was a high speed, low cost modification for CX
20K Printer Cutter that reduced maintenance time, increased
cut positioning by 50% accuracy than the 20K, replaced the
Compusort and handled 1,800 ft rolls.
The ExpressLog was a point of sale terminal designed to process
photofinishing orders. The ExpressLog helped to tracking orders,
speeds order taking, check-in, and prints reports. Programmable
the user could customize operation, feed customer information
into the system using a Customer ID card, and print labels
for customer information.