Deville plotter 1

The image plates, pair of images and mirrors of the Deville plotter. Deville instructed the mirroring to be "light". The mirrors have only a thin layer of silvering. this means that the mirrors are reflective, but they also let some light through. This means that you see the reflected drawings; but that the plotter's pin-prick of light shines through from behind.

The image plates (with a pair of images) and mirrors of the Deville plotter. Deville instructed the mirroring to be “light”; the mirrors have only a thin layer of silvering. This means that the mirrors are reflective, but they also let some light through. You see the reflected drawings; but also the plotter’s pin-prick of light shines through from behind.

The image plates, pair of images and mirrors of the Deville plotter. Deville instructed the mirroring to be “light”. The mirrors have only a thin layer of silvering. this means that the mirrors are reflective, but they also let some light through. This means that you see the reflected drawings; but that the plotter’s pin-prick of light shines through from behind.

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