Press Release Summary:
Used inline at printing press or offline in converting system, Embossing Modules and Tools are applicable for both web and sheet fed processes, in wide variety of materials including paper, board, and laminates. Braille set is comprised of negative segment that includes all possible 288 Braille positions and positive segment, which holds changing Braille embossing patterns.
Original Press Release:
Modules and Tools for Braille Embossing from Schober USA
Cincinnati, OH - Schober USA now provides tools and modules for the embossing of Braille letters and symbols. With this unique technology, the embossing process can be accomplished at speeds which allow it to be used in-line at the printing press or offline in a converting system. It is applicable for both web and sheet fed processes (i.e. window patching systems), in a wide variety of materials including paper, board, laminates and more - allowing it to be used for all kinds of printed materials, packaging, and more.
The Braille set is comprised of a negative segment that includes all possible 288 Braille positions and a positive segment which holds the changing Braille embossing patterns. It can be quickly and easily exchanged, yet holds tight tolerances. In certain instances this cost-effective Schober technology can be integrated into existing cylinders as an upgrade. This allows printers and converters to enter the Braille embossing market quickly and with minimal costs.
Schober USA is the North American subsidiary of Schober GmbH - a worldwide leader in rotary web converting technologies for the Label-, Packaging-, Personal Care, and general Paper, Film and Foil converting industries. They customize technologies to suit particular customer requirements, often combining rotary technologies and custom developing processes to do so. For more information, contact David Grove at Schober USA, 4690 Industry Drive, Fairfield, Ohio 45014 (513) 489 - 7393, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their extensive product line and capabilities can be viewed online at www.schoberusa.com.