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Braille Writer Finger Guide
Guide to keep students fingers on the correct keys on a braille writer.Education
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OT model built with foam and tongue depressors
Sometimes when young students are first learning braille they will try to use multiple fingers to press a key. Or, they will shift their hands or fingers left or right to hit a key with their index or middle finger. This behavior will result in poor brailling habits and braille errors.
The guide has vertical blades that make it more difficult for students to use non-standard fingering on the braille writer. The guide slides under the keys on the braille writer. It does not interfere with the operation of the keys or the quality of the braille produced. It has been tested on old and new braille writers.
The guide has double curved blades () or bowed blades with supports at the base of the blades. The blades are the same width as the base. The guide should be printed with the blades horizontal to the build plate for maximum strength.
Materials and methods
- 20% infill
- 226mm(L) x 30mm(W) x 87mm(H)
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Well, this was the old time when the writer used this type of typing machine to write their stories on paper. If a student wants to invest less time and writing batter on that machine, then use the right fingers to the correct keys or go to blog article over here to understand how you can get a grip on the typing machine.
Thanks for the comment. So you just place the 2 halves in the braille
writer and it all worked?! excellent!!
will add the half version for others to use.
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Loved this build - worked amazing for my student's Smart Brailler - the design itself was too big for my printer, so I sliced it in half and printed it twice. Worked like a charm. Thank you so much for creating this amazing build!