Abstract

<p>A coordinator assembled from a T-square, a drawing board, two slide rules and certain machined accessories has been developed as an improvement on the simple but useful device previously described. The merits claimed for the present design are (a) compactness, simplicity in operation, accuracy and (b) ease of assembly from apparatus readily and cheaply available.</p><p>This paper includes a description of the device and some remarks on its design and use.</p>

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  1. Publication Approved by the Director of the Bureau of Standards of the U. S. Department of Commerce.
  2. British patent No. 3801 of 1904.
  3. J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 8, p. 693; May 1924.
  4. J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 7, p. 377; May 1923.
  5. Phys. Rev., (2), 21, p. 473; April 1923.

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Publication Approved by the Director of the Bureau of Standards of the U. S. Department of Commerce.

British patent No. 3801 of 1904.

J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 8, p. 693; May 1924.

J.O.S.A. & R.S.I., 7, p. 377; May 1923.

Phys. Rev., (2), 21, p. 473; April 1923.

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