outscriber

noun
out·scrib·er | \(ˈ)au̇t¦skrībə(r)\

Definition of outscriber 

: a device for transferring data recorded on a magnetic wire by an electronic computer to a medium (as a punched tape) that can be used to actuate a machine for printing the data — compare inscriber

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