One thing to consider regarding the capacitor, The leads are not 100% straight beneath the plastic bottom part. And if you align with regards to the two leads, the leads will be aligned to the pads of your board, but the body of the capacitor is looking like it is misaligned. Worth checking at least. Otherwise check your vision file, the lead width must be correct.
Regarding the inductor, Not sure how this component looks like, but as far as I can see on the drawing, there are 4 �leads� on the component, if you use an R0805 as vision file for this component there could be problems, better is maybe to modify an SO6 or SO8 to the outline of your inductor, re-teach the sizes and lead number to match your incuctor.
I've seen here that your are a new user of the Topaz machine, and here's a piece of advice, when teaching a component, as I remember on the old machines there is a function called monitor mode, this is set to none as default. Change this to something �else� (lack of memory from my side again) I believe it is called vision result or datum pos. In one of these, there will be a cross on the screen, indicating the orientation / rotation of the component when you do a vision test. So when teaching your component, run it several times, and check if the cross (rotation of the component) is consistent. You can also open the door of the machine and bump the component a little bit out of rotation and test again, is the cross still consistent to the body of the component? If so, you have a good and stable vision file.