[sane-devel] Flatbed scanner that can scan to the edge?
olaf.meeuwissen at avasys.jp
Mon Mar 5 01:20:08 CET 2007
"Felix E. Klee" <felix.klee at inka.de> writes:
> At Fri, 02 Mar 2007 08:39:55 +0900,
> Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
>> > That's the idea. But unfortunately, it doesn't work - the document
>> > gets cropped.
>> >> To the best of my knowledge, all EPSON scanners supported by the
>> >> epson backend scan from the edge of the glass plate.
>> You conveniently snipped this:
>> | Same for the epkowa backend provided the scanner does NOT require
>> | a plug-in.
> I don't use the Epkowa backend, that's why I snipped it. I use the
> snapscan backend, and - without much thinking - I assumed that you count
> this backed as an EPSON backend (though I know that Snapscan scanners
> used to be sold by Agfa not EPSON).
I was referring to the backend's name, not the scanner manufacturer ;-)
>> I had access to such a scanner when adding support for it to the
>> epkowa backend. And IIRC the 3490 needs to have the document centered
> No, the problem exists in all directions. I.e. the document needs to be
> more or less centered both vertically and horizontally.
> According to EPSON telephone support in Germany, the lowest priced EPSON
> scanner that can scan to the edge is the V700.
Karl Heinz Kremer sent me a picture of the V700 that hinted at a
really small "gap" between the edge and the start of the scan area.
Hope this helps,
Olaf Meeuwissen EPSON AVASYS Corporation, SE1
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