Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of 120 hook jacquard with accessories and punched cards
for saree design
The punched cards
reflected the rug motifs, wanting us to believe that everything that has order has music.
The works also aptly evoke the nineteenth-century punched cards
of the automated Jacquard loom, which famously inspired Charles Babbage to use punched cards
for his Analytical Engine design and eventually led to the first IBM punched card
and early digital computing.
I assume the company you worked for has something called "time punched cards
She was Lord Byron's daughter and worked alongside Charles Babbage preparing the punched cards
for his difference engine.
History enthusiast Essinger tracks the evolution of Jacquard's machine, a set of punched cards
that directed patterns produced on silk looms, finding that Jacquard adapted (but did not invent) the system primarily to corner the silk weaving market.
What made his machine unique was the use of punched cards
that, when strung together, produced the same pattern with each use, Shortly thereafter, mathematician Charles Babbage recognized the potential of Jacquard's idea and put it to use in a computer that he called the Analytical Engine.
The Jacquard loom used punched cards
and a control unit that allowed a skilled user to program detailed patterns on the loom.
The hand-loom in question was a device which wove silk threads according to a pattern determined by a series of 24,000 punched cards
. The inventor of this loom was Joseph-Marie Jacquard.
The new, huge computers still used punched cards
, but worked more quickly and quietly.
Numbers recorded on punched cards
guided the movement of NC machines in cutting parts.
Among them were automatic telephone switching, the electric typewriter, duplicating machines and copiers, adding machines and calculators, tape recorders for dictation, and data-processing equipment that used punched cards