inspired by a comment on the latest Engadget  article about 3d Printers (we've already

inspired by a comment on the latest @Engadget article about 3d Printers (we’ve already talked about it in my Stream) i looked around for some Braille 3d Printing Stuff

There are some people working on it already:
http://goo.gl/aUZ7v

I think if we take the Framework of a #makibox and maybe remove one axis and only add a thin layer of already stripped plastic and pull it through, we actually might get a nice Desktop Braille Printer.

Any Ideas?
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1427

Great idea. This, coupled with my vinyl sign cutter would allow me to make ADA compliant signage.

From a production standpoint, I would rather see a machine where you feed in a strip and it just prints the dots.

Yes, that makes way more sense then printing the strip too