Ensuring that your packaging has been printed correctly, has no errors in text or graphics, and conforms to your original signed-off artwork is vital for both regulatory compliance and image. To help you perform this task safely and efficiently, EyeC has developed a complete range of print sample, offline, and finishing inspection systems. Whether you need to verify folding cartons, labels, leaflets, flexible packaging, multiple-page samples, or cylindrical packaging, EyeC has the solution that suits your needs.
Used at the print shop or at an incoming material verification, those print comparators help the operator check print samples as well as entire print jobs easily and quickly. They help save time, improve quality, and prevent costly reprints or product recalls. Adaptable to your quality requirements, suitable to the different printing processes, and able to check samples and print jobs coming from different presses, EyeC offline and finishing inspection systems offer a cost-effective solution to meet high-quality requirements.
EyeC eliminates the need for multi-stage verification.
Barcode, Braille, artwork, etc. can be reliably checked in a single pass.
Whether you need to find generic mistakes or have a very demanding customer. We will find the best individual solution for you throughout the whole finishing process.
No pseudo defects and no rechecking of rejected products. We only eject real defective objects.
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What is a finishing inspection?
The finishing inspection is part of the printing process and serves to ensure the quality of the printed products. It takes place when the product leaves the factory. A processing inspection is usually also carried out at the end of a process step. The difference to the finishing inspection is that the product in question continues to be processed.
What does the final inspection or processing inspection check?
The finishing inspection checks all elements of the artwork. In the area of packaging, this includes
- text modules,
- graphics and photos,
- 1D and 2D codes,
- pictograms and seals as well as
- Braille and folding markings.
It ensures that the elements are in the right place and are easy to read or recognize.
Why is a so-called finishing inspection necessary?
Particularly in the case of labels, package inserts, packaging and containers for products of the pharmaceutical industry, customers of printing companies or design and prepress agencies demand one hundred per cent error-free print products. If producers are unable to deliver this, they can lose market share.
What are the advantages of an automated finishing inspection?
An automated finishing inspection subjects each individual printed product to a checkup. This can be integrated into or connected to the production chain – so production does not have to be slowed down or stopped. In addition, the automated inspection solutions like the EyeC Proofiler (offline) or the EyeC ProofRunner (inline) generate inspection reports that provide a continuous overview of print performance.