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Graphotype

[graf-uh-tahyp]
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Trademark.
  1. a typewriterlike machine for embossing letters upon thin sheets of metal, as for use in an addressing machine.
Related formsgraph·o·typ·ic [graf-uh-tip-ik] /ˌgræf əˈtɪp ɪk/, adjective
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Historical Examples

  • Another extra plate, a drawing by Helen J. Miles, 'given as an example of graphotype,' is not without technical interest.

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    Gleeson White

  • Yet, undoubtedly, graphotype set people on the track of process-work.

  • The principle of the graphotype process, it is said, was discovered accidentally.

  • With the graphotype, address plates for changes and additions could be made at almost typewriter speed.