In October 2010, Europe and North America have implemented requirements for braille on pharmaceutical packaging. How will you maintain accuracy for dot height, spacing, measuring techniques, and braille positioning from creation to print?
Braille may also change across markets, or countries. You must be ready to manage these changes without allowing any errors to occur.
No matter your method for printing braille, its accuracy can be easily compromised. So how do you ensure the legibility of braille on your packaging?