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drawing-machine

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A machine in which a strip of metal is drawn through a gaged aperture to make it even and thin.

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Examples

  • A new micrometer, a dividing screw, a new surveying-quadrant, problems for clearing the observed distance of the moon from a star of the effects of refraction and parallax, a drawing-machine, a copying-machine for sculpture -- anything and everything he used or saw seems immediately to have been subjected to the question: "Cannot this be improved?" usually with a response in the affirmative.

    James Watt

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