- Ensure that the drilled hole for the braille bead is clean of any acrylic debris.
- Make sure the proper braille bit type is being used on the appropriate material type. Ex. using the bit for hard/rigid acrylics on cast acrylic material, or the bit for soft/pliable acrylics on softer materials.
- Try slowing the plunge rate of the drill bit down so that the bit tip will bore into the acrylic material for a slightly longer amount of time, to help ensure the hole is clean.
- Try bumping up the dwell time slightly so that the braille bit spends time in the hole slightly longer to ensure a clean hole.
- Try slowing the plunge rate of the braille bead setter.
- Check that the braille bead setter plunge depth is enough to push the bead all the way into the drilled hole.
- Check the calibration of the braille bead setter to make sure it is perfectly centered over the drilled hole and not positioning slightly off to the side of the hole.
- Check that the braille beads are not jamming and are being fed consistently to the tip of the manual braille bead setter.
Tips for "auto" braille setting using the Accent manual raster braille pen Print
Modified on: Tue, Oct 31, 2023 at 11:07 AM
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