Hectograph

The hectograph or gelatin duplicator or jellygraph is a printing process which involves transfer of an original, prepared with special inks, to a pan of gelatin or a gelatin pad pulled tight on a metal frame. The hectograph was invented in Russia in 1869 by Mikhail Alisov. While the original use of the plate has faded, it has recently been revived...
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Hectograph

• (n.) A contrivance for multiple copying, by means of a surface of gelatin softened with glycerin.
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hectograph

heliotype noun duplicator consisting of a gelatin plate from which ink can be taken to make a copy
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Hectograph

Hec'to·graph noun [ Greek ... hundred + -graph .] A contrivance for multiple copying, by means of a surface of gelatin softened with glycerin. [ Written also hectograph .]
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hectograph

direct-process duplicator using either gelatin or the spirit process for making a master copy.[1 related articles]
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hectograph

[n] - duplicator consisting of a gelatin plate from which ink can be taken to make a copy 2. [v] - copy on a hectograph
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