Issues a understand to be focuses of attention. Other users are living and reporting experiences that really helps.
- For a larger scanner I would recommend a careful look at the interference between book volume and back of the Platen. As the arm is lifted, the course of a big book corners can touch the back lower borders of the platen, even if the corners of the Cradle are cut 45Âº. The arm has the tracks for the cradle centered with the vertical arm, for better balance.
- The distance of the arm bar and how it is helping to lift the book weight is an issue to be measured and considered. It can exceed weighting instead of easing the work.
- A larger area demands lighting being tested for regular range in different areas of the pages.
I have tested a cover for the scanner and now it is being sewed. The picture bellow is for a first reference before a picture of the real thing.
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