incremental plotter A device that can draw graphs and other line images when fed with digital data. The plotter forms the image by moving a pen or the paper or both in a succession of increments. The increments are typically 200 per inch for drum plotters and can be 500 per inch for flatbed plotters. See also plotter.
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