The 6dot Braille Label Maker is ergonomically designed to be portable and easy to use anywhere. It has a built in Braille keyboard that supports all grades of Braille in virtually every language. The powered embossing makes for high quality Braille labels that are easy to read. The QWERTY keyboard enables non-Braillist to generate labels too! An automatic cutter provides effortlessly clean label cuts without the need for scissors.
The 6dot Braille Label Maker is a high quality plastic kidney like shaped device. Six good-sized Braille keys on the top of the device. The Braille keys are well placed to allow for easy two-handed typing with a spacebar located below the keys, ideal to be pressed with either thumb. Three function keys are position just above the spacebar and in between the Braille keys. There is a good tactile on/off button located on the right-side of the Braille Label Maker. The printed Braille label emerges from the top left of the device.
- ergonomically designed to be portable and easy to use anywhere
- houses built in Braille Keyboard supports all grades of Braille in virtually every language
- powered embossing for high quality Braille for accurate reading and a long life span
- automatic scoring and cutting provides effortlessly clean label cuts without the need for scissors
- QWERTY keyboard connectivity option enables people who cannot write Braille to generate labels
- dual power options, AC/DC adapters or battery powering, extending the label making choices for users
- uses standard 3/8 inch (9 millimeter) vinyl embossing label tape. We recommend using DYMO tape for best results.
Dimensions:8.0" W x 5.8" L x 2.8" H
Weight: 0.5KG (1.5pounds)
Power: 6 AA alkaline batteries or an optional plug-in power supply.
The 6dot Braille Label Maker includes:
- Braille Label Maker
- Power Adapter
- 10 Rolls of DYMO Embossing tape
- QWERTY Keyboard
- USB Adapter for Keyboard
- 1 Year Warranty & 100% U.S. based Support!
Read AFB's unbiased review of the 6dot Braille Label Maker in the July 2016 issue of AccessWorld Magazine