Braille Paper

Description

Braille paper can vary greatly in thickness and quality.  Low quality paper cannot withstand the stresses of braille production and therefore is susceptible to poorly formed dots, paper tears and dust that can damage the embosser.  For these reasons, Braillo produces their own custom braille paper that adheres to the highest standards.  Offered in two standard thicknesses (light & heavy), this dense, tightly woven paper is purposely engineered to not only produce a quality braille dot, but for the braille dot to hold its shape over many uses.  Our braille paper is available in continuous/tractor/fanfold, roll and cut sheet formats.