- trademark a telegraphic device for reproducing handwriting, drawings, etc, the movements of an electromagnetically controlled pen at one end being transmitted along a line to a similar pen at the receiving end
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Examples from the Web for telautograph
An ordinary telegraph may be read by sound; but not the telautograph.
The working speed of the telautograph is that of the writer.
The meaning of telautograph, therefore, is "to write afar by itself."Great Inventions and Discoveries
Willis Duff Piercy
The telautograph begins to stutter and we gaze at it feverishly.Plum Pudding
This is, as nearly as it may be described without the use of technical mechanical terms, the principle of the telautograph.Steam Steel and Electricity
James W. Steele