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Colour print inspection

APPLICATION NOTE: Colour print inspection is one of the most demanding applications of vision technology. From packaging to documents, from labels to banknotes, there are hundreds of circumstances under which a customer may want to verify the colour of printed products, and across a broad range of markets, such as pharmaceutical, food and drink, and finance.

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