1*: The paper feed mechanism, which must feed the paper, corresponding to the standard Braille size.
2*: The mechanism for moving the print head to specific points on a horizontal axis.
3*: The end effector, which punches holes in paper at precise points to print Braille. I decided to use one that punches six holes at the same time for faster writing.
My project incorporate
Additive and subtractive fabrication processes
Electronics design and production
Microcontroller interfacing and programming
What will you design?
I want to make a small brailler printer that can be portable so I'm going to do the mechanical design and of course all the electrical part so that it becomes adequate to the size of the machine.
What materials and components will be used and how much it costs?
Since the lockdown, I can't find some parts on the tunisian market and I can't order them from chinese websites so I've changed many parts and I hope I could buy the old ones because it will make my machine cheaper.
What processes will be used?
PCB precision milling
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