Discover the Magic of Simplified Automated Inspection

June 12, 2023

 

The digital landscape is swiftly changing, and so too is the need for efficient and reliable print inspection software. With the rise of automation, there’s a growing demand for tools that not only simplify the workflow but also provide accurate and comprehensive print inspections. Enter PQV 4.0, the most sophisticated print inspection software currently available. In an era where every pixel counts, the stakes are high, and the right software can mean the difference between flawless execution and costly errors.

So, what is the main question surrounding the introduction of PQV 4.0? “How can this new software improve my workflow and overall print inspection process?”

In this episode of Unlocking Potential by Baldwin, host Gabrielle Bejarano and guest John Cusack, Business Development Manager, delve deep into the capabilities of PQV 4.0, a ground-breaking print inspection software that guarantees precision, reliability, and user-friendly interfaces.

Main points of the conversation include:

  • Introduction of Wizard IQ, a new concept aimed to bring simplicity to print inspection technology, making it accessible to all operators, regardless of skill level.
  • The power of automation in PQV 4.0, offering faster setup times, better repeatability and more reliable outputs.

John Cusack, with his extensive background in business development and specialization in defect detection platforms, brings valuable insights into the conversation. His main responsibility at Baldwin Technology is around defect detection platforms, focusing mainly on the printing industry and quality aspects.

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