[nobe-l] OT: Braille embossers

Helen Stevens hmstevens2011 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 21 00:03:39 UTC 2012

Hi Kathy and others.

I really like my Juliet Pro 60. For me a double sided embosser is essential because it saves time, space and paper, you always have the option of printing something single sided if you really want to. As for the tractor feed debate, it's a pain if you're doing a lot of embossing, but I don't really mind it; it is certainly true that the paper is more expensive this way. When I got my embosser a few years ago I couldn't find a non tractor feed one that was good and reliable though and that could take the paper from a tray full like a regular printer. If you can find a good non tractor feed one great, but don't be put off by the tractor feed ones.


On Mar 19, 2012, at 5:32 PM, Kathy Nimmer wrote:

> Hello,
>  I have the awesome possibility of purchasing a braille embosser for my own use, with funds that are being gifted to me unexpectetly. This would grant me the ability to have braille copies of materials I created myself and teach in class, not to mention the poems and stories and articles I teach from our lit anthology. Anyway, it has bee about twentyy years since I thought about a braille embosser, largely because of the price. Does anyone haveany insights on good versus bbad embossers, features worth it or not, companies to consider or avoid, one sided versus two sided brailling? I'd love any opinions or leads. Thanks.
> Kathy 
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