Braille can be produced manually, using a braille writer or slate and stylus, or it can be produced electronically, using a computer, special translation software, such as Duxbury, and a braille embosser.
You can create materials yourself or use the services of a teacher of the blind and visually impaired or certified braille transcriber.
To learn more about the process of producing braille, see A Braille Book is Born (Braille Plus, Inc.).
Braille Printers, American Foundation for the Blind (AFB)
Choosing Your Braille Embosser by Anne Taylor, The Braille Monitor (October 2001)