Welcome to Image Graphics
Image Graphics, Inc. (IGI) is a privately owned Connecticut company, founded in 1974, which provides high performance information and image processing systems and services. Most of our products and services are built around our patented Electron Beam Recorder (EBR), the world leader in high-resolution film recording. The company is organized around three divisions to provide high quality scanning and digital to microfilm preservation services, high-end microfilm, cinema, and satellite photography film recorders, and electron beam testing and electron beam lithography products for the electronics industry.
The information processing and preservation services division provides the world's highest resolution and quality archival microfilm for digital preservation. Selling both direct and through a global network of resellers, we provide industry leading eBeam film for government, library preservation, real estate, legal, and financial services applications. The company also has extensive experience in designing document/image management systems, as well as providing paper to digital scanning services.
Our technical staff builds electron beam film recorders that set new standards of excellence in several applications. The MicroPublisher 6000 is the leading microfilm recorder in the world, with the ability to run 16mm, 35mm, and 105mm film in any format, in halftone and grayscale, with up to 6000 dpi and 72x reduction ratios at speeds five times faster than conventional COM recorders and film writers. The Cinema EBR 2000 outputs fine grain, high resolution red, green and blue color separation masters are used to print color composite frames or black and white frames for motion picture applications. The TerraView 6000 records film transparencies and hardcopy output of satellite and aerial photography imagery.
Our R&D labs boast industry leading capabilities to develop electron beam products. Our engineers have recently developed an electron beam electrical tester for high density printed circuit boards. In March, 2002, we were awarded a patent on our dual beam electron tester for bare PCB substrates and we recently completed a Phase 1 SBIR Contract with Hill AFB, Utah, which demonstrated proof of concept to use electron beam technology to test populated PCBs.