Category: Braille Writers

Noise Reduction Pad For Braille Writer

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DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To reduce the noise generated by operating a Braille writer. Cut two rectangular pieces of fabric to match the dimensions of the bottom of the Braille writer. Lay one piece over the other, aligning the matching sides. Sew three of the sides together, similar to a pillowcase. Insert one layer of batting into the resulting pocket and flatten until smooth. Stitch closed the remaining side, and place the pad under the braille writer. Fusible web can be used in place of fabric for an option free of sewing, or a thick quilted place mat can be used if the proper size can be found. TITLE: Taming the Wild Braillewriter (in Springboard). AUTHOR: West, D. and Pruim, N. JOURNAL: RE:view. REF: Vol. 36, No. 3, Fall 2004: p. 114. PAGES (including cover): 2.


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