A duplicator that makes copies of written, drawn, or typed material from a stencil this is certainly fitted around an inked drum.
a duplicate produced by this process of duplication.
An invention of Thomas A. Edison, a machine for making imprinted copies, utilizing typed stencil, common before the 1990s whenever photocopying became competitive (or even cheaper), and dramatically simpler to make use of.
A copying product that uses a stencil by which ink is pressed; it was designed by Edison.
An apparatus developed by Edison, where stencils of written pages can be obtained the production of an indefinite few copies
a rotary duplicator that utilizes a stencil by which ink is pressed (trade-mark Roneo)