Braille captions are placed on adhesive tape with a width of 12 mm. The base is a matrix DymoQueen Braille six-point, and the top "cover" six-point grille - like in the classic Braille label to write. Between these two parts of the adhesive tape is placed as a piece of paper in the plate, takes a hand chisel and impresses points that concert in subsequent letters and words. In this way we get a Braille label. We dissociate recorded portion of the tape and glue it to the signed object. DymoQueen is also used to create a tactile markers (Bump Dots) useful for determining awarded points for example: where is the top of the item or where is the text at the item.