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Archiving a lot of my paper documents takes a long time.

I'm looking to buy a fast scanner that has "adf": (automatic document feed).

However, all the ADF scanners I'm seeing (eg hp scanjet 5590) all seem to bend the pages quite a bit.

Without specifying a price limit, where can I get a decent ADF scanner that ideally works like a photocopier?

I want it to bend the pages as little as possible.

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Title doesn't match text. And we don't recommend specific products. –  Daniel Beck May 8 '11 at 21:03
    
I think you're looking for a Sheet-fed scanner. Good place to start looking for products and reviews, etc. –  Kez May 8 '11 at 21:24
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Scanners arn't really all that expensive - you could get a decent flatbed scanner for under 200 dollars about a decade ago, and my current scanner/printer cost me 30 dollars at a discount.

ADF, however is a feature usually found on more expensive models - the aforementioned cheapie dell does not have it, while the office scanner/printer (a canon pixma) has a full duplex ADF (which is the best thing since sliced bread).The 'cost' isn't scanners - its that you want a less common feature that happens to be on more expensive models.

If you want your scans are not aligned, the problem is probably that you're not loading the ADF properly. Make sure the stack of paper is aligned and resting on the correct side of the feeder. ADF works better with bigger stacks for that reason. Otherwise, i've never seen bending in our office scanner.

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