Carriage is described as the fixture in the print device that holds the print cartridge. The carriage may slide on a carriage rod or rods to scan/pass over the media.

A Carriage is also a cable system's procedure of carrying the signals of television stations on its various channels. FCC rules determine which signals cable systems must or may carry.

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"Carriage" is in the UNSPSC Code "31161603"
Carriage bolts

Ref: 120917/2006-09-19

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