ColDesi Announces Braille Printing Capabilities for XpertJet 461 & 661UF

June 19, 2020

ColDesi Inc., Tampa, Fla., recently unveiled a new braille printing module that is available with their UV Printing RIP software.

ColDesi partnered with Mutoh America, Inc., to create the new module.

“The partnership with Mutoh has been great and only stands to get better,” says Don Copeland, digital products manager for ColDesi. “And these 2 new printers just take things to the next level both from a technical and usability standpoint. We anticipate continued deepening of our relationship with Mutoh America – to the benefit of Mutoh, ColDesi and most importantly our customers.”

The Braille Module for the Compress Designer and RIP software controls braille translation, positioning and sizing. Currently, braille signs are made in several ways including laser and rotary engraving, photopolymer, cast metal, raster braille (spheres/beads inserted into drilled holes).

“With a UV-LED printer you can quickly start producing custom braille signs in house to open a whole new income stream – often times selling to existing customers who already need to add compliant signage to their buildings,” says Mark Stephenson, director of marketing for ColDesi.

To learn more about UV printing braille, click here. — D.S.