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Old 01-17-2019, 03:30 PM
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Default Beckett FLIP wrinkle

Anyone have any ideas how to get a scanner to not make a flip look like it is wrinkled/waves... PSA flips on the same scanner look fine.
My guess is because it is reflective?
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Old 01-18-2019, 10:06 AM
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its because its metallic and the way your type of scanner, with its specific lighting element reflects off of it.
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I know there are some "scanner" phone apps that you wave your cellphone camera over a picture and it stitches them together. Maybe that would be a good solution to this. Not sure it matters, but did you have the lid open or closed when you scanned?
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Yea I had the lid open in almost complete darkness...maybe I will just use a iPhone pic for my Beckett jumbo slabs. Thanks for the input.
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I put a soft black cloth over the tops of the cards when I scan BGS slabs and that seems to cut back on the lighting issue. Which scanner are you using?
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It is an 11x17 scan bed on a Xerox workcentre 5325 (office scanner) since the slabs are larger than a typical scanner can accommodate.
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