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  2. JDF-613

update QualityControlResult/Inspection

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      An inspection is a generic - typically manual - review of a Component

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        6.68 QualityControlParams
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        Note: Additional human readable instructions for manual quality control MAY be provided in ../Resource/Comment.

        6.69 QualityControlResult

        Inspection ? element Each Inspection SHALL describe the inspection of one or more Components.

        Inspection element
        An Inspection SHALL describe the inspection of one or more Components. Defects that are found on the same set of Components SHALL be defined in a single Inspection.

        Defect * element Each Defect SHALL describe an individual defect or problem.
        FileSpec ? element FileSpec SHALL reference an image of the inspected Component.
        Note: Automated inspection generates large quantities of data. Therefore the lifetime of images can be limited.

        Defect element
        Each Defect SHALL describe an individual defect or problem.

        Severity? priority Severity SHALL define the severity of the defect on a scale of 0(not present) over 1(trivial) to 100 (fatally severe).
        DefectType enumeration Machine readable type of the defect. Allowed values are: See table defect types.
        DefectTypeDetails ? NMTOKEN Machine readable details of the type of the defect.
        DefectReason ? NMTOKEN Cause of the defect. Values include:
        ElectroStaticCharge: electrostatic charge of the printed products.
        Temperature: Incorrect temperature of the process.
        Humidity: Incorrect humidity of the process.
        Face? enumeration Face SHALL specify the side of the physical object where the defect is located.
        Box ? rectangle Position of the defect in the coordinate system of the current Component as specified by @Face.
        Size? double Size of the defect in square points.
        Note whereas @Box defines the size of the outer bounding box of a Defect,@Size defines the size of the defective area, which can be much smaller, e.g. for a diagonal scratch.
        Comment ? element Human readable description of the defect.
        FileSpec ? element FileSpec SHALL reference an image of the Defect. The details of the image such as magnification, crop box or highliting of the defect are implementation dependent.

        Note: Automated inspection generates large quantities of data. Therefore the lifetime of images can be limited.|

        Table xxx Defect types

        DefectType Description
        ImageDefect Defects in printed images caused by incorrect ink distribution.
        ImageFinishingDefect Defects in printed images caused by incorrect post printing finishing such as laminating, varnishing or embossing.
        SheetDefect Mechanical defects of the sheet related to ink and combination of ink and substrate defects.
        SubstrateDefect Mechanical defects of the unprinted substrate.
        FinishingDefect Mismatches of printed images and physical operations or mechanical issues with the product that are caused by finishing operations such as binding, folding or cutting.
        Other Any defect not included in the above list.

        Table DefectTypeDetails

         

        DefectTypeDetails value Corresponding DefectType Description Automatic/ Manual <do not copy this column into spec>
        Abrasion ImageDefect Ink scrub or ink abrasion. M
        BarcodeDefect ImageDefect A Barcode does not meet the technical requirements.
        Note Barcodes include 2d and 3d barcodes. See ##ref Identificationfield.
        ColorMismatch ImageDefect Color irregularities such as a mismatch in <Delta> E of the printed and target colors.
        Note: target colors can be defined either electronically or as a proof.
        A/M
        BoardSplitting SheetDefect Loss of adhesion or splitting of layers of corrugated board. M
        Blocking SheetDefect Sticking together / blocking of multiple printed sheets in the stack. M
        Cockling SheetDefect Cockling, ripples or similar unevenness of the substrate. M
        Dusting SheetDefect Dusting, powdering, whitening with loose particles of powder, coating filling or paper fibres. M
        FiberLifting SheetDefect Lifting of paper fibers. Typically occurs in uncoated media.
        TBD Fiber/Fibre
         M
        Fanout ImageDefect Localized registration mismatch due to varying paper stretch.  A/M
        FoldCrack SheetDefect Cracks in a fold.  M
        SeparationDeregistration ImageDefect Deregistration of separations on a surface.  A/M
        FrontBackDeregistration ImageDefect Deregistration of the front image with respect to the back image.  A/M
        ImageMismatch ImageDefect Generic mismatch of an image with respect to a predefined master image. Note: This is details type is generally found by automated systems that compare printed images with target images.  A
        FinishingDeregistration ImageDefect Deregistration of the image with respect to finishing operations such as Cutting, Trimming or Folding.  A/M
        InkSetoff ImageDefect Transfer of ink or other material from one sheet to the next in the printed stack.  M
        InkSplash ImageDefect Visible undesired drops of ink on the image.  M
        Scumming ImageDefect Presence of ink in undesired areas of the image due to presence of the ink on the master e.g. plate.  A/M
        Delamination ImageFinishingDefect Peeled off, delaminated or cracked laminating foil. Typically around a fold or cut line.  M
        InkBlistering ImageDefect Blistering of heatset ink.  M
        Arching FinishingDefect Arching / distortion of soft book covers or hardcover cases.  M
        ImageDoubling ImageDefect Close shifted repeat marks during printing.  A/M
        Ghosting ImageDefect Distant ghost images.  M
        Moire ImageDefect Moiré effect resulting from interference patterns caused by incorrect screen angles.  A/M
        Mottling ImageDefect Larger scale non uniform color distribution in uniform areas of an image.
        See ISO 13660 for a differentiation of Graininess and Mottling.
         A/M
        Graininess ImageDefect Small scale non uniform color distribution in uniform areas of an image.
        See ISO 13660 for a differentiation of Graininess and Mottling.
        A/M
        SubstrateMottling SubstrateDefect Non uniform structure of the unprinted substrate.  M
        Picking SheetDefect Rupturing or other deformation of a substrate's surface caused during ink transfer.  A/M
        ShineThrough ImageDefect The image of the other side shines through the substrate.  A/M
        StrikeThrough ImageDefect The image of the other side strikes through the substrate.  A/M
        StitchingDefect FinishingDefect Defective stitching wire or staples. This includes missing or malformed staples.  M
        CuttingDefect FinishingDefect Mismatch of die cutting, trimming or other operations that cut parts out of the substrate. M
        GlueBindingDefect FinishingDefect Defects caused by hard cover or soft cover binding. M
        InsertingDefect FinishingDefect Incorrect or missing inserts. M
        Wrinkling SubstrateDefect Wrinkling of the substrate. M
        Hole SubstrateDefect A hole or tear in the substrate. M
         

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