Is there more than one way to fabricate a raised-character or Braille sign?

It’s true that there are several methods of fabricating raised-character and Braille signs. As an engraver, if you want to make the entire sign in-house without purchasing additional equipment, you need a license for the Raster method.

Most engraving machines have software available for drilling the precision holes you need to insert the Braille rasters. Note: the rasters should not have to be glued in place if they are acrylic and you are inserting them into acrylic plaques.

Sharon Toji, ADA Sign Products

Sharon Toji

Sharon, also known as The ADA Sign Lady, is the president of ADA Sign Products, as well as a consultant for the company. She's authored a manual, “Signs and the ADA,” and began her journey in ADA signage in 1980.

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