Braille Dymo Tapewriter (Model L066), Labeling Tape (Model L067), Magnetic Labeling Tape (Model L068), & Teflon Tape (Model L069)
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DISCONTINUED. (Verified 5/2004) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. The Braille Dymo Tapewriter, model L066, is a labeler designed to emboss Braille onto 3/8 inch or 1/2 inch vinyl or magnetic labeling tape. The upper rim is brailled and the lower rim has corresponding print. It includes the complete alphabet, common contractions and punctuation marks. One roll of 1/2 inch tape is included. The clear Labeling Tape, model L067, and the Magnetic Labeling Tape (L068) are braille labeling tapes designed to be used with the labeler. The Teflon Tape, model L069, is designed to be used with a conventional slate and stylus to create braille labels. This tape is washable and will not melt if touched by an iron. Labels can be sewn directly into clothing. This model of tape cannot be used with the Dymo Tapewriter, only with the manual slate and stylus. DIMENSIONS: Model L067 comes in 12-foot rolls 1/2-inch thick. Model L067 comes in 8-foot rolls of 1/2 inch width. SIZE: 5 foot roll of 1/2 inch Teflon tape.