Definition of pantographic in US English:

pantographic

adjective

  • See pantograph

    • ‘Type produced by pantographic reproduction (scaling a master drawing to many different sizes), and the later technologies of photocomposition and digital type, allowed working from a single master design regardless of the size of the final application.’
    • ‘These artists - St-Gaudens, Weinman, Fraser, MacNeil, de Francisci - created oversize models which were pantographically reduced.’

Pronunciation

pantographic

/ˌpantəˈɡrafik/