The pantograph, the pendulum, the brumbo pulley, the reducing wheel.
Scheiner suggested and planned the optical experiment which bears his name, and also invented the pantograph.
Luke moved the pantograph pointer, again and again, until it touched Weaver's robed body.
Weaver was glad it was Luke whose hand was guiding the pantograph, not one of the bright, efficient younger generation.
The pantograph pointer moved down the side of God's nose and another wedge of stone fell in the plaza.
Watt combined his straight-line linkage with a pantograph, one link becoming a member of the pantograph.
Now examine this pantograph, taken at eight months, and also marked A. Does it tally with the other two?
I made these pantograph copies last night, and will so swear when I go upon the witness stand.
One machine, called the pantograph or engraving machine, reproduces engravings in all metals and many shapes from patterns.
Pantograph, the name given to a contrivance for copying a drawing or a design on an enlarged or a reduced scale.