To help students who are blind or visually impaired to understand how to create a print through letterpress printing
Many printing processes involve transferring a message or an image from one medium to another, such as paper. There are various processes in creating printed materials.
Less than a century ago, about 40% of all printed materials were printed using letterpress printing presses. In letterpress printing, or relief printing, the printing surface is raised above the rest of the plate. The process is called flexography when the printing plates are made of rubber. The rubber stamps we often use are examples of flexographic printing plate.