Form contour | Article about form contour by The Free Dictionary
form contour[′fȯrm ‚kän‚tu̇r]
A topographic contour determined either by stereoscopic examination of aerial photographs without the use of ground control or by some other method besides conventional surveying.
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John Fletcher, Ex-Cell-O's North American sales manager for special products, explains that if you looked at a scroll produced by a conventional machine, you would see "glitches" along the form contour
The pounds 3,500 device contains three pads of tiny pins, which form contours
corresponding to an area on screen.