Blind and visually impaired people use labeled Braille labels to identify objects with a similar shape, such as: B. cassettes, cans, pots and bottles, as well as tactile points (landmarks) for sensing positions on objects. Using self-adhesive Dymo tapes, the DymoQeen can be used to label such labels and to emboss tactile points.
Sighted people can label Braille labels with the help of the Braille alphabet on the underside. Labels and tactile points can be easily removed from the protective film.
Features / Components:
- Small, handy device
- Labeling of labels
- Embossing tactile points
- Constant distance between the Braille characters even with longer words
- Material: hard plastic
Price (without guarantee):
The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor
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