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" ... to be made of sheet iron. In Martin's new Jacquard machine, the object had been to substitute for the heavy cards, a sheet of prepared paper punched with given apertures, like the cards of the old machines, but instead of being a series of pieces... "
The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art - Pagina 78
geredigeerd door - 1855
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...consequently, of expense. — Osterr. Zcjtschrift fur Ber-u-HuttenwcMARTIN'S IMPROVED JACQUARD LOOM. In Martin's new Jacquard machine, the object had been...machines ; but instead of being a series of pieces, two and one half inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous baud, only three-quarters...
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Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 60

1854
...means of bands of punched cards acting on needles with loops, or eyes, which regulated the figure. It showed also the great wear and tear to which these...machines, but instead of being a series of pieces 2j inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous band, only three-quarters of...
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The Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal, Volume 17

1854
...means of bands of punched cards, acting on needles with loops or eyes, which regulated the figure. It showed also the great wear and tear to which these...cards of the old machines, but instead of being a aeries of pieces 2J inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous band, only j-inch...
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The London journal of arts and sciences (and repertory of patent ..., Volume 44

William Newton - 1854
...bands of punched cards acting on needles with loops or eyes, which regulated the figure. It shewed, also, the great wear and tear to which these cards...apertures, like the cards of the old machines ; but, ininstead of being a series of pieces 1\ inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous...
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Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the ..., Volume 44

William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington - 1854
...bands of punched cards acting on needles with loops or eyes, which regulated the figure. It shewed, also, the great wear and tear to which these cards...apertures, like the cards of the old machines ; but, ininstcad of being a series of pieces 2% inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Volume 60

1854
...means of bands of punched cards acting on needles with loops, or eyes, which regulated the figure. It showed also the great wear and tear to which these...heavy cards, a sheet of prepared paper punched with jtiven apertures, like the cards of the old machines, but instead of being a series of pieces 2J inches...
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Journal of the Society of Arts, Volume 2

1854
...means of bands of punched cards, acting on needles, with loops, or eyes, which regulated the figure. It showed, also, the great wear and tear to which these...iron. In Martin's new Jacquard Machine the object has been to substitute for the heavy cards a sheet of prepared paper, punched with given apertures,...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 60

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1854
...means of bands of punched cards acting on needles with loops, or eyes, which regulated the figure. It showed also the great wear and tear to which these...so much, that for the carpet trade they were often requited to be made of sheet iron. In Martin's new Jacquard machine, the object had been tn substitute...
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The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

James Mason - 1855
...patterns were produced, by means of bands of punched cards, acting on needles, with loops, or eyes,which regulated the figure. He showed, also, the great wear...machines, but instead of being a series of pieces 2^ inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous band, only f of an inch wide,...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery, Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

1855
...consequently, of expense. — Osterr. Zeitschrift fur Ber-u-Huttenwescn. MARTIN'S IMPROVED JACQIJARD LOOM. In Martin's new Jacquard machine, the object had been...machines ; but instead of being a series of pieces, two and one half inches wide, laced together, the punched paper formed a continuous baud, only three-quarters...
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