DCS Receives Patent for ADA-Compliant Braille Sign Printing Process

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Direct Color Systems has received the patent for the UV-LED ADA-compliant Braille sign printing process, which saves retailers between 10 and 29 steps over other production methods, according to the company.

DCS received the Notice of Allowance for its U.S. Patent Application entitled “ADA-Compliant Braille Signage Printer and Method of Printing UV-LED Curable Ink Using a Flat Bed Ink Jet Printer” earlier this year.

 “The entire team here at DCS worked diligently to ultimately receive this patent. It is something we are all very proud of,” says DCS President Blair Allen. “Our hope is that patents like this, along with our continued development of other patent-pending applications, show that we are committed to that goal.”

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