It feeds itself with 6,500 sheets an hour, printing from a stereotype or an electrotype curved upon its cylinder.
Both cast and electrotype are in the National Portrait Gallery.
You wanted to make some electrotype medals, as good as that first-rate one that Muldair copied when he lived in Paxton.
The second method of making a matrix is by electrotype process.
The etching complete, the wax is removed entirely, and a cast or electrotype negative record made from the zinc plate.
I have an electrotype copy from such a dish, the original of which is in Manchester.
In 1839 Spencer described an electrotype process and carried the date of his operations back to September, 1837.
The brass and silver parts are thickly gilt by the electrotype process, so as to prevent their being acted upon by the salt water.
The ordinary practice followed in making mats is to use an electrotype or stereotype pattern plate made from the original form.
In 1815 Cowper patented in England electrotype plates to be affixed to a cylinder.