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Verify that correct language was present on every CD inlay
Avoid mix-ups with language on CDs, which could cause costly recalls and delays
Verify that inlay cards were properly aligned and oriented in the right direction
Cognex Vision Sensors synchronized part rejection on variable speed lines using encoder counts to accurately track flawed packages between the inspection and rejection points
Cognex vision sensor proved very powerful in determining the text patterns printed on the CD boxes and was retrofitted onto the printing line by Reconcile engineers
Printing mix-ups are successfully detected and quickly rectified.