Textiles & Wood
Textiles & Wood
TownsWeb Archiving’s digitisation technicians are experts in heritage scanning and have a wealth of experience in textile digitisation, wood digitisation and fragile scanning.
Having worked with a number of organisations to capture their textile collections, ranging from curtains to tapestry, our team have a vast amount of experience in the lighting and detailed captures of such specialist items.
Digitisation protects your material from loss or damage and makes it quickly accessible. We can create output formats in TIFF, JPEG (JPEG2000), PDF (PDFA), or any other industry-standard format you may require.Find out how much your project could cost
Hear what our clients have to say about our digitisation services
TownsWeb Archiving have proved very able and extremely helpful in supporting us to bring a local heritage alive for local people. We would certainly recommend TownsWeb Archiving to other libraries, museums and archives.
Exhibition and Display Officer
We are delighted with the results. Without TownsWeb Archiving’s services we could not have completed the work in time and on budget. Their staff have been nothing but approachable, helpful and attentive and I can strongly recommend their services.
Head of Digital
TownsWeb offered us a complete end-to-end service, from scanning and transcription, to web design and content management software. Their work was completed quickly and to a high standard, and we are extremely pleased with the results.
Information & Archives Officer
Digitisation Frequently Asked Questions
We use a combination of high-resolution planetary scanners, self-compensating book cradles and flat surface boards to support delicate items throughout the digitisation process. We also have a range of high-resolution cameras offering non-contact capture of precious, old and fragile material.
All files are captured by our highly trained digitisation technicians using overhead, daylight balanced, non-heat producing lighting before undergoing a formal quality assurance checking procedure. The final step in the process is the delivery of your electronic files by hard drive.