[duxhelp] Print Braille Embossing Problems

  • From: "Tesfaye Mihretu" <Tesfaye.Mihretu@xxxxxxx>
  • To: <duxhelp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <mark.gaunt@xxxxxxxxx>,"Anita Munshi" <Anita.Munshi@xxxxxxx>,"Debbie Gillespie" <Debbie.Gillespie@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 08:37:02 -0400

Hello David and All,  I thought everything was fine with Beta 3 until We run 
into Print Braille production.  Here at the CNIB, we produce a substantial 
number of print Braille children books every year.  This is Braille that is 
Embossed on a clear plastic sheets and collated with print.

The problem with beta 3 is, embossed Braille on clear plastic is missing all 
kind of dots all over the pages.  For example, the word "did" changes to "bab". 
 Everytime we are using clear plastic sheets for embossing we get error message 
that reads "printing error on Briallo 200 would you like to cancel or retry"  I 
could be wrong but I have a feeling this has to do with the plastic we use.  
Mind you, we have been using the same raw material for years for same purpose.

I used Braillo 200  and BRF/DXB files that was created in DBT 10.4.  Any ideas 
why this is happening and any solutions.  Also is it ok for us to use Beta 3 or 
4 for production or should we stick to testing only.  

CNIB Library
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