A sealed plastic unit containing a length of audiotape wound on a pair of spools, for insertion into a recorder or playback device
A similar unit containing videotape, film, or other material for insertion into a machine
a container that holds a magnetic tape used for recording or playing sound or video
Album (also known as Compact Disc or Cassette depending on the format) is the fifth studio album by English rock band Public Image Ltd, released on 3 February 1986. ...
On a bicycle, the cogset or cluster is the set of multiple rear sprockets that attaches to the hub on the rear wheel. A cogset works with a rear derailleur as part of the drivetrain to provide multiple gear ratios to the rider. ...
A ROM cartridge is a removable cartridge that contains read-only memory devices and, commonly, flash memory devices to allow some read-write capability. A video game ROM cartridge is sometimes informally known as a cart. ...
A gene cassette is broadly a modular DNA sequence encoding one or more genes for a single biochemical function.
Cassette are an alt country/indie rock band from Wellington, New Zealand. They were formed in summer 1999-2000, and originally consisted of Tom Watson (guitar, vocals), Craig Terris (drums, vocals) and David Fraser (bass, keys and vocals). ...
Cassette is a South African rock band.
(Cassettes) Instead of having a large "freewheel" on the rear hub, a cassette is an internal device that uses pawls to propel the bike. Also they can be used with much smaller cogs, some with 10, 9, or even 8 teeth.
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Also known as sub-bolster, die assembly, trim and pierce assembly. An assembly of top and bottom dies and/or tools of each forming station assembled into one unit.
light tight metal or plastic container holding measured lengths of 35mm or medium format film, which may be loaded straight into the camera.
A rigid or flexible light-tight container for holding radiographic recording media (film or paper) with or without intensifying screens, during exposure.
A glycosylated amino acid used in solid-phase peptide synthesis to generate glycopeptides.
A cluster of sprockets and spacers designed for use on a freehub. Some of the sprockets and spacers may be semi-permanently attached to one another by bolts or rivets. ...
A modern style of rear gear cluster that slides onto the rear hub. Cassette-style hubs are generally lighter than comparable freewheel gear clusters.
A device containing film or magnetic tape, a supply spool, and take-up spool, all within a protective housing. This would include audio and visual items fitting this description.
The set of toothed rings or cogs that make up the gears attached to the rear wheel - usually 7, 8 or 9 cogs of different sizes make up the cassette.
The container housing the roll of film, especially for 35mm film. 35mm film loaded into a cassette is also called 135 format. It is available in lengths of 12, 24, and 36 frames, and can be used in any 35mm camera past or present.
Preloaded container with tape and spools for use on cassette tape recorder.
A cog cluster designed to be used with a freehub.
Better known as a film cassette, and sometimes called a cartridge, this is a light-proof container of metal or plastic into which film manufacturers (and bulk film loaders) roll strips of unexposed 35 mm film. APS film is also loaded by manufacturers into a cassette.
Two reels of tape in a plastic housing.
Vessel with slots used to hold wafers for cleaning, transporting or processing through the fabrication processes
The thin container that holds the film or the laser plate during radiographic exposure.
Cassette is a removable magnetic tape storage module that contains supply and takeup reels. Many traditional all audio tapes and videotapes use cassettes as well as backup tape technologies such as DAT, 8mm and Magstar MP.