Mimeograph Stencil Cutter With Variable Reduction Or Expansion Of The Original Source
Original Publication Date: 1979-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-20
In the making of mimeograph stencils, it is very often desirable to change the size of the material to be reproduced, for example, to provide more typewritten material on a page. The type size is fixed, and to reduce this at the present time requires photographic equipment. This type of reduction requires skilled workers, dark room, etc.