Everest-D V4 is the best selling single sheet fed braille embosser worldwide. Braille on cut-sheet paper is so easy. Cut-sheet paper is available at your local office supply store for much less the price than the expensive fan-folded braille paper.
- 100 characters per second
- 50 page sheet feeder with NEW sheet fed technology
- Braille & text labeled interface panel
- Multi language speech feedback
- Automatic magazine formatting
- Single & double sided braille – the industry standard
- High Resolution tactile graphics
- Supports Index-direct-Braille, iDB
Everest-D V4 – The convenience of the automatic magazine formatting of the previous Index 4X4 PRO V3 and with the same standard features and great low price of the Index Everest braille embosser!! Everest-D V4 is the most compelling single sheet fed braille embosser printing single and double sided braille on a flexible range of user defined paper formats; a superb choice for both personal desktop use or braille book production. Everest-D V4 is a complete re-design based on customer feedback and production and service experiences of previous versions of Everest and 4×4 PRO. Everest-D V4 delivers a desktop braille embosser that is easier to use than ever and jam-packed with meaningful and versatile features. Everest-D V4 has a unique flexibility to handle nearly any paper size including user defined. It may emboss vertically or horizontally, on one or both sides of the paper as well as in automatic magazine format. High quality Braille on both sides of the paper, known as interpoint or double-sided Braille, is an Index Braille trademark. Braille on cut-sheet paper is the future. The technological solution of the Braille optimized sheet feeder used in the Index Braille Everest-D V4, is the secret sensation. Superb service and support is a good reason to choose Index Braille embossers. Our products are built to last. With few movable parts and robust wear details it makes repair services rarely necessary. However, when needed, most service issues are easily resolved with a simple firmware upgrade or module replacement. And with the help of videos and detailed documentation that are available on the Index website, it’s an effortless process.