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Upcoming Braillo Events

Braillo is committed to the long term success of our customers and the millions of people that rely upon our high quality Braille. One way we support success is through our free in-person training events.  Our events are focused on giving you all the knowledge necessary to keep your Braillo Braille embossers running at their highest performance levels. We hold events in both the United States and Norway throughout the year. Below is a list of current events you can register for. Please use the form to the right to submit your registration for a specific training event.

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Braillo Training Event: Stjørdal, Norway

Description: 3 days at the Braillo factory focusing on embosser maintenance, performance optimization and troubleshooting.

Date: Tuesday, May 9 – Thursday, May 11

Time:  8:30am – 4:30pm

Location: Braillo, Wessels Veg 100, N-7502, Stjørdal, Norway

 

Braillo Training Event: La Verne, California, United States

Description: 1 day at American Thermoform focusing on Braillo embosser maintenance, performance optimization and troubleshooting.

Date: Wednesday, September 13

Time:  8:00am – 4:00pm

Location: American Thermoform, 1758 Brackett Street, La Verne, CA USA

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