duplicator

[doo-pli-key-ter, dyoo-]
noun
a machine for making duplicates, as a mimeograph.

Origin:
1890–95; duplicate + -or2

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duplicator (ˈdjuːplɪˌkeɪtə)
 
n
an apparatus for making replicas of an original, such as a machine using a stencil wrapped on an ink-loaded drum

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Set up and produce a single-color job on an offset duplicator.
Perform daily cleanup and maintenance of an offset duplicator.
If the film has not decayed significantly, running it though a microfilm duplicator is a possibility.
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