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                              My Wicks and Wilsons have, or still do, run without any maintenance cost or repair. They just keep running.

                              Tom Tryniski, Creator and Project Manager, Old Fulton New York Post Cards


                              High-Quality Microform?Scanners

                              Microfilm, Microfiche, Aperture Card and Universal Film Scanners

                              Get a Quote on Wicks and Wilson Microform Scanners

                              Since 1973, Wicks and Wilson LTD (WWL) of Basingstoke, UK has specialized in producing high-quality microform scanners and accessories. In 2011, the firm was acquired by The Crowley Company and became a vital international R&D, manufacturing, sales and technical support division. The Wicks and Wilson?division joined Crowley’s 2003 Mekel Technology manufacturing division, located in San Dimas, California.

                              Today, while the brand names of each division’s well-known legacy products are maintained, all newly-engineered and manufactured scanners are branded under the Crowley umbrella.


                              Wicks and Wilson 8850 Scanner

                              8800-Series
                              Microfilm Scanstation

                              Convert either 16mm or 35mm roll film into easily-accessed digital data

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                              Wicks and Wilson 7705 Microfiche Scanner

                              7700-Series
                              Microfiche Scanstation

                              Quickly and easily scan all types of fiche, from jackets to COM

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                              Software

                              Since 1973, WWL has specialized in producing high-quality microform equipment products and software. The 8800-series and 7700-series Scanstations are compatible with Virtual Scanstation Software.

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