Increase your profits producing ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant Braille signage.
Did you know that the Braille alphabet is not universal?
Each country has its own language and features (accents, special characters, etc). Therefore, a specific type of transcription software is required for each language and the different edition standards must also be taken into account.
We perfected ADA compliant Braille signage requited in the USA.
To purchase your own ADA Braille solution from Gravotech call 1.800.843.7637 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help your business succeed.
No need to be a Braille expert
You just need to enter the text in the language required, and our software automatically transcribes the information. The machine does the rest!
How it works...
Gravograph's system makes perforations on a flat and rigid material based on a marked out drawing. Then, stainless steel or acrylic beads are pressed into slightly larger holes to create the Braille text.
Both attractive and durable, the RasterTM Braille method completes the look & feel of your signage project.
Connecting Braille and raised letter signage
To fully comply with ADA standards, make sure to use raised lettering in your tactile signs. Create plastic, metallic, or wooden ADA signage easily with Gravograph's total solution. If you have any questions or need help navigating through American Braille standards, feel free to request our digital ADA Braille kit by e-mailing email@example.com (please include ADA Guidelines in your subject line).
ADA compliant material is our expertise.
Gravograph by Gravotech has developed a specific group of materials with perfect rigidity. Gravotac™ and Gravotac™ Exterior are our premium ADA compliant plastics that are both durable and great looking. In addition, our plastics are proudly made in the USA (Duluth, GA).
It all starts with a Braille kit
We offer machines, software, braille kits, cutters, beads, engraving plastics and anything else you may need to start your ADA signage project. Contact us today to order, ask a question, or request our ADA Guidelines brochure.