Have you got an SLS 3D Printer (or a ton of patience)? Then you can 3D print your own customized deck of playing cards!
An example deck is included (without braille because MMF wouldn't allow me to upload a file > 75MB) but you can use OpenSCAD to make your own using whatever fonts or designs you want. If you generate a deck of cards with braille the dots will be in the lower-left corner because it's more ergonomic! Why normal braille playing cards don't put the dots there is beyond me (who wants to reach up all the way to the top or awkardly hold the cards in an upside down V--reaching to the bottom right to read the braille upside down?).
Inside the .scad is a number of parameters that can be modified to make your deck of cards however you like but there's two settings you *really* need to pay attention to: card_thickness and space_between_cards.
If you go below 0.3mm card thickness there's a chance your opponent could see your suit/rank through the card. This is highly dependent on the type of material you used to print the cards.
The 'space_between_cards' setting should be set according to your printer's tolerances. After doing much research I've determined that about 0.5mm should be well within the tolerances of the SinterIt Lisa. Since I don't have a Lisa to print with I cannot confirm this but you should actually be able to print multiple decks at once!
If you don't have an SLS printer then you're stuck printing each card, one at a time. This is definitely possible you'll just have to be patient and generate each card you want to print using the OpenSCAD .scad file individually. I recommend printing one at a time in the exact same place on your print bed so there's no variance in the front of the card. Unless of course you're printing onto glass or something that is perfectly flat across its entire surface.
NOTE: It can take a long time to render a complete deck of cards. It took my modern/fast computer about an hour (I was doing other things in the background though). The preview (F5) is nice and fast though!
There's lines in the .scad that are commented out that serve as examples of how to view individual cards (say, Ace of Spades). So designing your own should be quick and easy.