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GRADE 1 BRAILLE EMBOSSER & GRADE 2 BRAILLE EMBOSSER    


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The Grade 1 and Grade 2 Braille Embossers are Braille labelers and raised dot makers designed to enable the user to make Braille messages including both letters and numbers to adhere to existing signs or to stand alone as a label. GRADE 1 MODEL: This is a hand-held unit that produces labels on aluminum or vinyl materials. (Label tape sold separately; see separate entry.) GRADE 2 MODEL: This embosser is a desk unit that will produce Braille messages that comply to ADA regulations when properly placed. Labels are produced on vinyl with a pressure sensitive adhesive that can be applied to retrofit signs. This model ($739 ea) includes one Grade 1 Braille bar, 8 Grade 2 Braille bars, 1 roll of 3/4-inch clear tape, and 1 roll of 1-inch clear tape.

Notes: See separate entry for tape information. ** The alphabetical braille does not meet ADA requirements. ** Both embossers are available in stock for immediate shipment.

Price: 58.90 - 24.70.

This product record was updated on August 19, 2010.

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Manufacturer:

Seton Identification Products (formerly Seton Name Plate Company)

20 Thompson Road
P.O. Box 819
Branford, Connecticut 06405-0819
United States
Telephone: 800-571-2596.
Fax: 800-345-7819.
Web: http://www.seton.com.
Email: Custsvc_SetonUS@seton.com.


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