Abstract: Providing that both current processing techniques and supervisory instruments is updating, the problem of the
accuracy quality parameters continues to be relevant for printing industry. Due to high-speed processes of the printed items
manufacturing the current visual-based monitoring techniques can be thought of as low informative, selective applied resulted in
accuracy decreasing at lot inspections. The most current monitoring methods regulated by standards are low-efficient at the moment.
Both standard and patented quality monitoring techniques for printed images monitoring were analyzed. The listed techniques
upgrading trends and points of the novel objective ones developing based on specified software hardware integration of measurement
and information analysis procedures aimed at the operational process stabilization are noted.
The ink trapping monitoring technique based on both mathematical and Fourier analysis is proposed. As long as the standard
procedure is deficient, the algorithm of covering power control based used mathematical statistics approaches was developed. The
monitoring is carried out by the developed software.
Index terms: nondestructive testing method, printed item, control accuracy.