1. Teachers of the visually impaired often have access to a 3D printer, but rarely have time to design their own models.
2. Mainstream schools who have just gotten 3D printers often are wondering what do to with them.
So we are developing a set of guidelines, instructions for readable Braille, and open-source models that follow the guidelines. Next up we are figuring out how have some sort of minimalist open source sharing exchange so that groups 1 and 2 can find each other. The development period (during which community participation and comments are encouraged!) runs through October 3. Please check us out, comment, and give us a Hackaday Skull if you are a site member!