Braille is a tactile reading and writing system designed for blind people. It was designed by the Frenchman Louis Braille in the mid-nineteenth century. In Labels Jeci we produce readable labels for the blind.
The highlighted points of the Braille language comply with the regulations of the ONCE and allow the consumer of the product, through the labels, to know its characteristics, in addition to its danger if necessary.
Using a screen printing mesh, the embossed texts are printed with the necessary height to be legible by touch.
It is interesting to know that braille is a binary numbering system that preceded the appearance of computer science and that nowadays people want to make braille more attractive for everyone in general.
Translated with the Google translator