With braille and elevated print, much can be achieved in terms of accessibility for blind and visually impaired people. That’s also the reason for purchasing a relief printer, which was written about in the previous blog.
In the meantime there is not only a printer, but also a plotter. The printer prints braille and elevated print in full color and high quality on all kinds of materials. The plotter then cuts or mills those materials in the desired shape. The applications are endless.
In this blog we explain an application that is relevant for companies and agencies that want to make their buildings accessible to people with a visual impairment.
To be able to find the way, for example in a hospital, we all need signs. Or you have to get there so often that you know the way by heart. I myself should not think of getting into a hospital where there is no signage at all. You could ask the way, but we’re all rather independent right? Blind people also want to be able to find their way independently. This is possible by making it tangible. For example with a tactile map at the entrance, so that a route can be determined. Then tactile signposts to be able to find the route as well. Clear tactile symbols, for example for the toilets and in the elevator. And what do you think of signs at the doors, with braille readings of what the place is?
Do you want to make your building or information accessible? Then you are at the right place. With our expertise we can deliver high quality products. You don’t have to be afraid that the braille is not readable, or even incorrect, or the dots are too sharp and hurt the fingers. Thanks to our expertise and more than 100 years of experience in the field of braille, you are assured our products meet all requirements.