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A pantograph is a mechanical linkage connected in a manner based on parallelograms so that the movement of one pen, in tracing an ...

1. pantograph

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We remember Scheiner for constructing the first pantograph in 1603, and writing ... A rather humorous innovation in the history of the pantograph was 'The Turk' ...

Christopher Scheiner Invents the Pantograph, the First Copying ...

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Between 1603 and 1605 German astronomer Christoph Scheiner invented the pantograph. This was probably the first copying device. Scheiner did not publish  ...

pantograph | Britannica.com

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Pantograph, instrument for duplicating a motion or copying a geometric ... they managed to make waves and leave an indelible imprint on the history of art.

Type Technologies Speed the Making of Type - History of Graphic ...

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The pantograph was originally invented as a means to trace original art and then scale it up or down in size. "One arm of the pantograph contained a small ...

Pantograph - Inventions - Institute and Museum of the History of ...

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Sep 8, 2010 ... Inventor. Christoph Scheiner (1573-1650). Historic Period. 1603. Description. Instrument invented by the Jesuit Father Christoph Scheiner to ...

Gravograph: A Short History of Government Engraving

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A revolution in the industry came in the early 1900s with the pantograph, a device based on a 1630 invention that allows the engraver to "trace" a small image ...

Pantograph | Definition of Pantograph by Merriam-Webster

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Define pantograph: an instrument for copying something (as a map) on a predetermined scale consisting of four light rigid ... Origin and Etymology of pantograph.

Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical ...

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Pantograph. Added: 2007-02-01. Scheiner's pantograph. The pantograph was invented for mechanically copying a figure on an enlarged or reduced scale.

Women Learning To Use A Pantograph And ... - Digital History

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Women Learning To Use A Pantograph And Template For Cutting At The Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyards. Baltimore, Maryland. Digital History ID 2618 ...

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Pantograph | The History Project - Experimental Television Center

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PANTOMATION by Tom DeWitt. Illustrated by Vibeke Sorensen. Thomas Jefferson was fond of his pantograph (fig. 1). He used it to copy manuscripts as they ...

The Pantograph in Context - Circuitous Root

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Here, in pretty much its simplest form, is the motion of a pantograph. .... retained the distintive Taylor-Hobson look throughout their production history (and they ...

What is a Pantograph? (with picture) - wiseGEEK

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A pantograph is a movable framework made of a parallelogram with two hinged arms extending out. ... Top 10 unbelievable historical concurrencies ...