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pan·to·graph

(pan'tō-graf),
1. An instrument for reproducing drawings by a system of levers whereby a recording pencil is made to follow the movements of a stylet passing along the lines of the original.
2. In dentistry, an instrument used to record mandibular border movements that may be transferred to make equivalent settings on an articulator.
[panto- + G. graphō, to record]

pan·to·graph

(pan'tō-graf)
In dentistry, an instrument used to record mandibular border movements that may be transferred to make equivalent settings on an articulator.
[panto- + G. graphō, to record]

pan·to·graph

(pan'tō-graf)
In dentistry, instrument used to record mandibular border movements that may be transferred to make equivalent settings on an articulator.
[panto- + G. graphō, to record]
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I like to describe pantographs as wallpaper for a quilt.
Virtually all people use the pantograph videos that are in the ideal environment.
Sezer, "Numeric solutions for the pantograph type delay differential equation using First Boubaker polynomials," Applied Mathematics and Computation, vol.
In Section 4, we derive the Genocchi delay operational matrix and we apply the collocation method for solving fractional pantograph equation (1) using the Genocchi operational matrix of fractional derivative and the delay operational matrix in Section 5.
Our research is focused on body of pantograph. Resistance, which is main evaluating criterion, can be called as a drag force.
A pantograph is an apparatus mounted on the roof of an electric train or tram to collect power from an overhead cable.
The pantograph and overhead wire are fundamental components for the collection of current signals in electric trains.
After running the parts through the copy lathe, which was located in the company's shop, Shuster took them to his home workshop, where he used a manual pantograph to make these additional cuts.
According to Barudan project manager Wayne Rhine, the company originally installed in its single head embroiderers a linear ball bearing for motion along one axis of a two-axis pantograph. The pantograph holds a hoop that contains the fabric, Rhine said.
Also grinding equipment, conventional smaller milling machines, boring mills, lathes and pantograph. Four conventional EDM machines produce a variety of core and cavity configurations.