|4 Wave Professional||Embosser that uses four identical replaceable modules to produce braille documents and books. Each module contains a print mechanism, driver circuits, and power supply.||sales@american thermoform.com|
|iBraille||Braille editor for formatting braille documents and doing full-scale production on MAC OS X. Requires an Index printer. Works with Power PC- and Intel-based Macintoshes.|
|Index 4x4 ||Double-sided braille embosser that processes translated braille text into a magazine format and then collates it in a saddle stitch binding format. May also be used to produce single sheets of double-sided or single-sided firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Index Basic D||Double-sided interpoint embosser that produces braille at a speed of 340 pages per hour or 100 characters per second. Controls are located in a front panel and are labeled in print and in braille.
|Index Basic S||Braille printer that produces single-sided braille at a speed of 170 pages per hour with a front control panel labeled in ink and in braille with voice confirmation. May be used to produce graphics as well as regular braille email@example.com|
|Index Everest-D||High-speed braille embosser that uses off-the-shelf cut sheet paper and has a front control panel labeled in ink and in braille with voice firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Optical Braille Recognition||Windows software that scans braille documents and converts them to text with a Hewlett-Packard scanner. The text can then be used in various Windows applications.|
|WinBraille||Braille translator/editor used with Index braille printers. Translates text to braille automatically from any common Windows word processor or other Windows applications, such as Word, WordPerfect, Adobe Acrobat, web pages, and others.|