On the outside of a permanent room in a commercial building, one thing must be present: an ADA-compliant sign, otherwise known as a Braille sign. These signs may be commonplace, but have you ever stopped to think about how Braille signs are made? In the past, it has been an intricate process that takes time, money, and extremely specialized tools. If you wanted to add Braille signs to your offerings for your customers (which is a great idea because every business needs them), then it was a huge investment.
But all of that has changed. Now, with the Direct Jet UVMVP Series UV LED printers from Direct Color Systems, the three-dimensional signs that are required can now be made easily and affordably. This is how Braille signs are made with our exclusive patented UV printing process:
Before you begin your Braille sign printing, you will want to make sure you have all of the necessary supplies so that the process goes smoothly. Here is what you need:
Now that you know what you are going to need, it’s time to get into the details of how Braille signs are made. Here’s our simple four-step process:
There you have it—now you know how Braille signs are made. Was it harder or easier than you thought it would be? We’re willing to bet that it’s way simpler than you anticipated, thanks to our exclusive ADA/Braille printing system and high-tech inks. If you are ready to add Braille to your printing repertoire while expanding your customer base tenfold, contact Direct Color Systems today.
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