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    Alvin Drafting Wood Pantograph

    Model Number: PA305

    Create enlarged or reduced drawings up to 10x scale.

    Features:
    • Arms made from seasoned hardwood and chromed steel hardware and components. 
    • Includes table clamp and four spare leads. 
    • Not designed for 1:1 ratio. 
    • Available in three sizes: 18" (20 ratios), 21" (25 ratios), 24" (30 ratios)

    Product Dimensions:
    • Outside Dimensions: 18" to 24"
    • Product Weight: lbs.
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    Alvin Drafting Wood Pantograph

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    California

    Doesn't work, waste of money

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    Pros:
    • concept
    Cons:
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    • disfunctional
    The instructions for set-up and use are clear enough to follow. Unfortunately, the clamp is too small to fit on the table; the whole apparatus is clunky, the enlarged image doesn't resemble the original image in any manner. Huge disappointment. This product should not be available for sale. Waste of time, waste of money.

    Fort Valley Va

    Wood pantograph

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    The pantograph came quickly.
    The instructions were clear. I am an artist and was enlarging images of my own on a canvas. As the canvasses were 1.5 inches off the table, I had to construct a new anchor point for the pantograph, so I could work on the higher images. After we got that figured out, transferring the images was easy, as the pantograph was meant to be used.

    I will have to keep playing around with ratios, but even that became familiar after a while. The pantograph works just fine. I greatly appreciated that it was made in the USA and sold here.

    Thanks, good job!

    Sebastian, FL

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    I had one of these instruments years ago. It has long since disappeared.
    I am now a working leathersmith and am currently doing a series of family Coats of Arms.
    I haven't used it yet but am familiar with it's function. Many of the Coats of Arms I research are small and the finished product goes into a 10"x12" shadow box frame, so, I'm sure, it will do the enlarging task with no issues.