Braille Embossers

Braille embossers emboss information onto specialized heavyweight paper that they receive from computers, braille notetakers, mobile devices, or flash drives. Braille embossers can emboss single-sided or double-sided (called interpoint), and can produce 6- or 8-dot braille. Speed of printing, line width, and weight of braille paper are all differentiating factors for embossers. Some Embossers may also produce Tactile images , some may also produce ink and braille information at the same time.

Home Use, Libraries, Schools, public printing centres, Universities.





Tactile Printers

Used to Produce Tactile graphics, including tactile pictures, tactile diagrams, tactile maps, and tactile graphs, images that use raised surfaces so that a visually impaired person can feel them. They are used to convey non-textual information such as maps, paintings, graphs and diagrams. Tactile graphics can be seen as a subset of accessible images. Best used inside specialised schools for visually impaired students to teach multiple subjects, such as Maps for geography, science subjects, Mathematic graphs as well as various kinds of images.



Braille Typewriter

Why the Perkins Brailler

  • Best in Class: The most widely used mechanical braille writer in the world since its invention in 1951.
  • Durability that Lasts for Decades: Metal casing, closed body architecture (limiting dust accumulation), and over 66 years of craftsmanship, resulting in a resilient product.
  • Wide-ranging Usefulness: Wide paper length to accommodate complex math, note taking or other literacy activities.
  • Reliable Support: One year warranty, repair service trainings and repair service centers throughout the world, ensuring that any problem with your product is resolved quickly.

Braille Note Taker

Braille displays and notetakers provide a tactile version of what is on the screen of PCs, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Note Takers allow the user to read and write files in a number of formats, keep track of contacts and appointments, do calculations, listen to media files, handle email, create voice memos, and do extremely basic Web browsing. Some offer database creation capabilities, FM radio, games, GPS functionality and access to social networks.