The Braille Printing Shop produces countless volumes of Braille content using specialized printers and a high-tech poly material – Braille paper.
Among the most exacting and expensive printing processes on the planet, the output has to pass a rigorous quality control process administered by Braille readers and editors to ensure continuity and correctness. The print shop prints textbooks, technical manuals, and reference materials for sightless students and workers. It also produces Braille copies of current and best-selling books under special arrangements from publishers of copyrighted material. Additionally, it is commissioned by Braille libraries to produce replacement volumes for worn out copies of classic and reference books.
Your support can keep the Braille Printing Shop going. Your donations will be targeted to buying the very expensive poly material paper required for printing, for maintenance of the Braille physical printers (much more than standard printers that simply lay down an image), new equipment and updates to software and equipment. It will also support the binding process and the materials required to package the Braille content. Click below to make a donation to keep these programs alive!