[nfb-talk] raised markers
T. Joseph Carter
carter.tjoseph at gmail.com
Sun Jan 24 04:41:31 UTC 2010
I think he's looking for Loc Dots or similar, I haven't seen such a
thing at Target. Loc Dots are ridiculously overpriced IMO, but if
you want a prepared product that is that easily visible, those are
what you're looking for.
Presently my favorite cheap locator dot material is adhesive-backed
foam rubber. It's opaque, but an 8.5x11 sheet of the stuff is pretty
cheap and you can punch goodly sized dots out of it using a hole
I've seen them sold pre-punched for a reasonable price, but half the
cost of a small sheet, I can have about four times as much if I punch
them out myself.
On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 10:13:37AM -0800, Mary Willows wrote:
>The office supply section at Target.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "John G. Heim"
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>Subject: [nfb-talk] raised markers
>>Anybody know where I can get some raised markers? I need some
>>round, flat, clear plastic raised markers suitable for putting on
>>the buttons of a microwave oven that is for use by a group. My
>>department has a microwave oven and I'd like to put some raised
>>markers on the instrament panel.
>>There is a brand name of raised markers called "bump dots". This is
>>not what I need. Those are too rounded on the top. The raised
>>markers I'm talking about are very flat and very easy to see
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