from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A machine similar to a typewriter, used for printing in Braille.
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- noun Alternative form of
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One feature of the IBM 1403 impact printers we used was the provision of a "Brailler" option, that converted text output to Braille, including doing multiple hammer strikes to make raised dots, a feature not so workable on laser printers.
A Brailler is as essential to a blind man or woman as a pen is to a sighted person.
Schifano said besides Parking Carma -- the center's first tenant -- the center also is home to reozom. com, a real estate marketing Web site, and Bob the Brailler, a company that provides Braille production services for both traditional Braille and audio production.
The Next Generation ™ Perkins / APH Brailler is quieter, lighter, and more comfortable for brailling.
High contrast colors between keys and Brailler body for low vision users
Easy-Grip Handle: The Brailler base is also a handle
And there's more ... the Perkins / APH Brailler features a sleek design with tactile elements, environmentally-friendly materials, and an APH Blue color.
Special Web Page Celebrates the New "Next Generation" Brailler