Braillers are machines that produce Braille on paper. Check them out!
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Perkins Classic Brailler (22001)
  • Emboss 25 lines with 42 cells
  • Use up to an 11" x 11-1/2" sheet of paper
  • Sturdy unit is made of metal
  • One Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty
The Perkins Classic Brailler creates consistent, superior quality Braille and can emboss 25 lines with 42 cells on an 11" x 11-1/2" sheet of paper. Machine has margin stops and paper locking system. Requires 15 inches of desk space. One Year Manufacturer's Limited Warranty.

Note: MaxiAids is an authorized Perkins Brailler repair center.

Protect your Perkins Classic Brailler with a soft carry case. Item Number 15280. See Related Items below for information.

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Perkins SMART Brailler with Video Screen-Raspberry (22100)
  • Video screen displays SimBraille and large print
  • Audio feedback speaks letters/words as they are typed
  • Edit, save and transfer electronic documents via USB
  • Also operates as a mechanical brailler
  • Rechargeable and removable battery
Using traditional typewritten braille in teaching, education and communication can be limiting, as it cannot be quickly or easily translated into written or spoken language.

Now everyone can join the learning experience. The new SMART Brailler allows users to connect and communicate with others by using a digital screen and audio output to share their braille writing.

The SMART Brailler is the long-awaited evolution of the Perkins Brailler from a low-technology, beloved classic to a high-technology learning and teaching tool. It opens the door to a new, more intuitive way for individuals, both sighted and blind, to communicate, teach and learn braille together.

Now teachers in a mainstream classroom can see what their students are brailling. Sighted parents can help their visually impaired children with homework. And students can take the lead in their own braille education. Sighted or blind, we can all share the learning experience!

- Its video screen and audio feedback shows and speaks letters and words in real-time as they are being brailled in SimBraille or large print, for an instantaneous, multi-sensory learning experience.
- The USB port enables a student who is blind to create a hard copy document in braille and save it as a text file, which allows a teacher with sight to upload the document onto a computer and read it in print, and print it out. (See "How Do I Print Files from my Smart Brailler?" below for detailed instructions.)
- The "Building on Patterns Series," developed by the American Printing House for the Blind, can be downloaded to the SMART Brailler, offering easy lessons for anyone
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