The Swell Form Graphics Machine (often referred to as a fuser) is a simple, fast and low cost method of creating stunning tactile maps, diagrams, text and graphics. This machine has revolutionized the process of creating tactile images for the visually impaired. Uses Swell Touch paper.
The Braillo 600 SR braille embosser meant for large volume Braille production. This Braille embosser is unique, as it uses paper rolls instead of continuous tractor feed paper. Using paper rolls helps to save money on paper expenses and also eliminates the need for a burster and its operator.
Braille 650 SW Braille Embosser is an advanced Braille embosser that employs a paper cutter for two or four page-per-sheet format, and a stacking unit engineered to handle large format production. This machine is ideal for creating both magazines and textbooks.
The Braillo 650 SF Braille Embosser is unique in that it is an advanced Braille embosser that employs a paper cutter for two or four page-per-sheet format, and a stacking unit engineered to handle large format production. Once these sheets are stacked, the machine is able to add a cover, staple and fold it in order to make a complete and finished book. This is the fastest and easiest way to create a complete Braille book or magazine.
Many of today’s high-speed production Braille embossers use Braille Paper in roll format. Using rolls of paper is desirable because not only is it more cost effective than continuous and cut sheet options, but it allows for longer embossing intervals. The user doesn’t have to continuously load paper; instead the user load the roll and lets the embosser do all of the work (Brailling, cutting, and then stacking).