With our scanning and microfilm systems, we played a key role for more than 50 years in the digitisation and digital preservation of valuable documents, both in librarianship and archive management as well as in industrial companies and public administration. The company is the world market leader in book scanners and a trendsetter in the field of microfilm cameras and microfilm scanners.

Now, zeta, Zeutschel's multiple award-winning overhead scanner, brings all the advantages of "scanning from above" into the modern office. It has never been so easy, efficient and eco-friendly to digitally copy pages from books, files or balance sheets.

The range of software products and accompanying services is extensive and supports libraries and archives in building up digital collections in the internet and in the realisation of digital services.






and ZEUTSCHEL are registrated trade marks of Zeutschel GmbH.



Due to current Situation: Java - Security Problem

Log4j is a JAVA library.
We do not use this in our C / C ++ /. Net projects and are therefore not affected by the gap with the ZEUTSCHEL software.


June 2021 - The University of Stirling Upgrade their Digitisation Facilities with the Zeutschel A1 Scanstudio
The ScanStudio enables the user to reach the very highest recommendation in cultural heritage digitisation according to Metamorfoze, FADGI and ISO.
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April 2021 - Hello Zeutschel OS Q - Farewell to OS 14000
This month, the last Zeutschel OS 14000 large format overhead scanner left Tübingen, Germany for its final destination.
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January 2021 - One more Modern Library Award
Our Overhead Scanner OS 15000 Comfort has also been honored with the Platinum Award (besides ScanStudio and OS Q). The award has been accepted by our US-partner ScannX.
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January 2021 - Zeutschel Scanners Honored with Platinum Modern Library Award
Zeutschel scanners receive the highest distinction at the renowned Modern Library Awards. The Platinum Award goes to the OS Q overhead scanner series and the Zeutschel ScanStudio.
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January 2021 - Making newspaper sources usable for modern research
The demands made on digitization projects in libraries are increasing. Going beyond mere preservation, digitization allows patrons the chance to conduct intensive, digital work on books, manuscripts, prints or magazines.
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September 2019 - New digitisation scanner, a first in Africa
The staff of the libraries gathered in Jagger Library to witness the launch of the Zeutschel ScanStudio, the first digitisation scanner of its kind in Africa.
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