EyeC has introduced the Proofiler Version 4.2 with an update that offers Braille and code inspections for embossing and labels, as well as additional software modifications to enhance precision and user experience.
According to EyeC, the updated Proofiler software expands the Braille inspection function, which includes the detection of Braille dots that are embossed too high. The company says the new algorithm delivers more precise and stable inspection results.
EyeC adds that the Proofiler Version 4.2 also features a new code consistency inspection, in which all codes of the same type are checked for the same content. This apparently enables incorrect code types to be detected, even if the content and quality meet the requirements.
The company says that the Proofiler Version 4.2 offers additional software modifications, including the new 45o Rotation Function that reportedly enables heavily nested and twisted ups to be checked on a Step and Repeat basis. EyeC claims the new Proofiler is designed to better adapt to the individual needs of the user and ensure an optimal user experience with developments like the PDF Report and the Independent Reviewer Workforce.
In addition, EyeC explains that the newest Proofiler version also supports the recently introduced EyeC Proofiler 900 RS / 1050 RS passage scanner, an entry-level product in the premium segment aimed at offering high-quality image inspection at an attractive price-performance ratio. The company says that this further improves the passage scanner and adds to reliability without using up too much space, allowing it to fit in narrow work environments.
Options including 1D and 2D code reading, colour distance measurement, or the Pharma Security Workflow make the RS system the ideal scanner for the print image inspection of print sheets, package inserts, labels, and other large-format samples in the print shop or outgoing or incoming goods inspection, according to EyeC.