perforated tape


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perforated tape

perforated tape covering a joint
A type of tape used in finishing joints between gypsum boards.
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But according to chemists Richard Crooks and Hong Liu of the University of Texas at Austin, Whitesides's sensor was too involved to make cheaply; it required the use of photolithography and the precise placement of perforated tape.
By using rolling drums, belts, wheels, perforated tape and typewriter-like output methods, were the first truly mechanical translation devices (Freigang 2001).
Other media, such as photographic prints and negatives, sound recordings, videotapes and computer tapes, disks, cards, and perforated tape, present comparable problems because of the chemical instability or fragility of materials ranging from glass plates and nitrate films to acetate tapes and oxide coatings on tapes.