The 1990’s was a decade that experienced incredible innovations in digital technology. It was a time that we at Leonard’s are very proud of so we will be covering this time period this month and next month! During the early 90’s, we installed our second full color printing press which allowed us to print over 130 million full color copiers per year. We also purchased the first of two new long roll film scanners from Kodak. This scanner came with the ability to scan film with hundreds of images via the aid of a film drive. Unfortunately, it was delivered with the film drive inoperable. Our current President, Leonard Tucker Jr., wrote a script for the program in order to make it work. This gave Kodak the ability to place this and future models in dozens of labs across the U.S and aided in the birth of digital photographic input. It was also during this decade that Leonard’s purchased it’s first of three 11 inch wide digital printers from Kodak. This gave us the ability to print digital composites and streamline processes!