Also called chainwheel, sprocket wheel. a toothed wheel engaging with a conveyor or power chain.
one tooth of such a wheel.
Carpentry. a wedge-shaped piece of wood extending a sloping roof over the eaves with a flatter pitch.
Also called sprocket wheel. a relatively thin wheel having teeth projecting radially from the rim, esp one that drives or is driven by a chain
an individual tooth on such a wheel
a cylindrical wheel with teeth on one or both rims for pulling film through a camera or projector
a small wedge-shaped piece of wood used to extend a roof over the eaves
- Sprocket feed
printer (Or “tractor feed”, “pin feed”) A method some printers use to move paper by rotating wheels with pins or studs (tractors) that engage holes along the sides of the (usually fanfold) paper. A sprocket feed printer does not slip unless the paper jams, but cannot feed standard typing paper or work with a sheet […]
noun 1. any of a series of regular perforations along the edge of photographic film for engaging the drive sprockets in a motion-picture camera or projector.
noun (slang) 1. a child; baby 2. (esp in RAF) a recruit
verb (used without object) 1. to begin to grow; shoot forth, as a plant from a seed. 2. (of a seed or plant) to put forth buds or shoots. 3. to develop or grow quickly: a boy awkwardly sprouting into manhood. verb (used with object) 4. to cause to sprout. 5. to remove sprouts from: […]