Invented in 1951 at the Perkins School for the Blind, it has withstood the test of time, owing to its great durability, reliability and ease of use.
“The Perkins Brailler is the best machine ever invented to teach students braille.“
Dr. William Rowland
World Blind Union
“From the day I received my Perkins Brailler my heart has always felt happy... I am very proud of my brailler and of the people who gave it to me.“
“I have two loves in my life, my wife, and my Perkins Brailler.“
Universidad Pedagógica Nacional
Braille produced by the Perkins Brailler (see diagram below) conforms to the American National Library Service for the Blind Size and Spacing Standard. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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