Digital Archiving and Microfilm

Photo scan

High-quality digital copies are obtained using ultra-fast and accurate scanning technologies.

Electronic processing

Electronic processing works to restore electronically archived materials, including documents, manuscripts and photographs, in order to raise the quality of printed and digital copies of heritage materials


Microfilm technologies help provide a long-term and secure cover of digital contents with databases. Microfilm films can be made available from digital copies by printing on microfilm films or direct imaging with quality control of the films produced after their development and printing.


Program design services activate the utilization of digital copies of archived heritage materials, based on the latest information systems and databases.


TBC owns the latest printing machines to provide exact copies of all heritage holdings, such as documents and manuscripts, using 3D printing technology, which enables researchers to directly view and study, which ensures an increase in the ability to preserve assets.