A Braille printer is an impact device that creates tactile dots on heavy paper, making written documents accessible to blind individuals.
What is the Braille printer being used for?
If the Braille printer’s primary use is for limited personal use or short-run light production, then a lightweight desktop braille printer is probably more than sufficient for your needs. This type of braille printer can easily accommodate a duty cycle of an hour or two per day. However, if you require a printer to run multiple hours per day, five days per week, or even two shifts five days per week, then a Braillo production rated braille embosser is required to provide adequate service.