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Technological accommodations typically may include image enlargement, embossers, speech synthesis, or optical character recognition.
The cost of this type of system, of course, is substantially more than coded name badges or plastic card embossers, but the quality of information that can be retrieved is superior.
For 50 years, Provo Craft has sold tools that inspire creativity, including the Cricut([R]) electronic cutting machine, the Cricut Craft Room([R]) design software, and the Cricut Cuttlebug([TM]) embosser and die cutter.
today announced the launch of the Teresa Collins eBosser, packaged as a special bundle with an exclusively designed die cutters and embossers.
First, an embosser had to be created that could accept a symbol from a computer and convert that symbol into an embossable pattern of dots corresponding to a braille character.
The Braille file needs to be proofread before the pages are produced on an embosser, and the charity relies heavily on trained volunteers for this time-consuming work.
The Duxbury software translates text to Grade 2 Braille and exports it to a Braille embosser.
A Braille embosser that translates text or graphics into Braille notation on paper.
Chris, who trained as a glass embosser, linked up with art teacher turned priest Father Stephen Williams five months ago to work his Celtic and Art Deco designs on to glass.
Made of durable plastic that sticks to any smooth, clean surface, embossing labels are compatible with the comfortable and easy-to-use DYMO Organizer Xpress(TM) Embosser, which is ideal for cost-conscious parents, homeowners and DIY enthusiasts.
The first Forever-Wood Grain embosser was installed in January to make wood-composite decking.