perforated tape


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perforated tape

n
(Computer Science) a US name for punched tape
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7 mm with double flanging for rigidity fastening; perforated tape with a minimum width of 25 mm, which ensures reliability and rigidity of attachment to the supporting structure (pole).
Rohfilm, which the couple produced in 1968 (a year before Polke-Film), was pure schmutz: The filmmakers' methodology involved gluing "dirt, hair, ashes, tobacco, fragments of cinematic images, sprocket holes, and perforated tape" onto clear celluloid, as Birgit Hein later explained.