Eidograph

Ei'do·graph noun [ Greek ... form + graph .] An instrument for copying drawings on the same or a different scale; a form of the pantograph.
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eidograph

An instrument for copying drawings on the same or a different scale; a form of the pantograph. ... Origin: Gr. Form + graph. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Eidograph

• (n.) An instrument for copying drawings on the same or a different scale; a form of the pantograph.
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eidograph

eidograph An instrument for enlarging or reducing drawings.
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eidograph

eidography, eidograph An instrument for enlarging or reducing drawings.
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Eidograph

An eidograph is an instrument for copying drawings, designs and the like reduced or enlarged , within limits, to any desired proportion. Some what on the lines of the pantograph, the eidograph comprises a slotted beam adapted to slide in a socket, having the axis in the center line of the slot. Underneath each end of the beam is a wheel; the wheels
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eidograph

instrument for copying drawings
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