Definition of Pantograph. Meaning of Pantograph. Synonyms of Pantograph

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Definition of Pantograph

Pantograph
Pantograph Pan"to*graph, n. [Panto- + -graph: cf. F. pantographe.] An instrument for copying plans, maps, and other drawings, on the same, or on a reduced or an enlarged, scale. [Written also pantagraph, and incorrectly pentagraph.]

Meaning of Pantograph from wikipedia

- A pantograph (Gr**** roots παντ- "all, every" and γραφ- "to write", from their original use for copying writing) is a mechanical linkage connected in a...
- A pantograph (or "pan", or "panto") is an apparatus mounted on the roof of an electric train, tram, trolleybus, trolley truck or electric bus to collect...
- pen. Pantograph may also refer to: Pantograph (lighting suspension), an overhead lighting system used in television and photography Pantograph punch...
- to mechanical tension. As the pantograph moves along under the contact wire, the carbon insert on top of the pantograph becomes worn with time. On straight...
- In security printing, void pantograph refers to a method of making copy-evident and tamper-resistant patterns in the background of a do****ent. Normally...
- A pantographic knife or (incorrectly) paratrooper knife is a folding knife whose blade is opened by a unique scissors method. The blade has a slightly...
- AMBR pantograph is one of the four standard pantographs in use on British railway locomotives and multiple units. The Stone Faiveley pantograph is commonly...
- A pantograph is a commonly used overhead suspension system for lamps and audio and video monitors in television studios. It is also used on a smaller scale...
- The Brecknell Willis Low Height Pantograph is one of the four standard pantographs in use on British railway locomotives and multiple units and is a development...
- The Brecknell Willis high reach pantograph is one of the four standard pantographs in use on British railway locomotives and multiple units. In 1973 the...
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