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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantograph

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

www.britannica.com/art/pantograph

pantograph: instrument for duplicating a motion or copying a geometric shape to a reduced or enlarged scale. It consists of an ... See Article History. Alternative ...

redi.imss.fi.it/inventions/index.php/Pantograph

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

www.historyofinformation.com/expanded.php?id=1555

Between 1603 and 1605 German astronomer Christoph Scheiner Offsite Link invented the pantograph Offsite Link . This was probably the first copying device.

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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' ...

www.circuitousroot.com/artifice/letters/press/typemaking/making-matrices/pantograph-in-context/index.html

Here is the first pantograph attested in the literature, from 1653. .... in particular, retained the distintive Taylor-Hobson look throughout their production history ...

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One of the peculiar ironies of the history of the pantograph is that while it is set of diverse kinds of machines with a long history and wide application over many ...

www.asprs.org/wp-content/uploads/pers/1957journal/mar/1957_mar_140-143.pdf

ABSTRACT: This paper presents a history of the development, by the. Geological Survey ... features of a variable-ratio pantograph for use with the Kelsh Plotter,.

www.experimentaltvcenter.org/pantograph

This article describes a new device, the Electronic Pantograph. ... Of course, one should be thankful for the historical record afforded by such achievements as ...