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    Assembly Line History

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    stores are able to sell millions of units of product before going out of stock, as opposed to the late 1800s to early 1900s. With the help of assembly lines, stores are able to save money during production, making products less expensive and passing those savings to consumers. In general mass production “raised the standard…

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    The European Industrial Revolution was a time of drastic change. In England it became a transformation from hand tools and handmade items to machined and mass-produced goods. The growth of factories replaced the cottage industries and spawned the development of cities. Growing cities and factories led to changes in transportation, labor, and working conditions. These changes generally helped workers lives, even though initially there were more negatives than positives. Before the…

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    extremely limited. Another reason you wouldn’t have it is because of its cost, the worker must work many hours to build these complex machines and at an extremely small production rate the market prices would be immense, making it extremely difficult for the common man to buy. However, thanks to the invention of the assembly line production time has been cut down to a fraction of what it would take to do by hand, and assembly lines have increased the…

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    smaller clocks design allowed him to” produced clocks in large quantities until advancements in sheet-metal replaced wooden clock bodies almost a century later” (Sniderman, 2012). The design and manufacturing of these smaller shelf clocks came into production after he “invented and patented his Pillar Scroll Top Case, a 'one-day' clock, which revolutionized the business” (Sniderman, 2012). “By the 1840s, he was selling his clocks in England, the hub of the Industrial Revolution; two decades…

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    development of America’s industrial revolution, the steam engine allowed for a rapid growth of industry. This engine served as the foundation for the growth of the industrial revolution because it transformed the American economy through transportation, production, and expansion of the work force. From steamboats to trains, steam engines accelerated the transportation of goods and made it more cost effective. Once James Watt refined the previous version of the steam engine, he was able to…

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    A revolution is a period of time in which changes and new inventions positively impact a country and their economy. A revolution affects people in a positive way because of new inventions and changes that make things easier and more efficient. During the Second industrial Revolution, there were many new inventions, but new technologies, new manufacturing methods, and new ways of transportation had a very large impact on the U.S. New technologies impacted society greatly by making many…

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    The Assembly Line Analysis

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    The assembly line has historically been lauded for the success it brought to the auto industry, specifically during the production of the Model T built by the Ford Motor Company starting in 1908. What is often overlooked, however, is the human toll of this technological invention. Despite the exponential growth in efficiency and profit resulting from the assembly line and the higher employee wages that followed, worker satisfaction suffered. Frederick Taylor’s principles of “Scientific…

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    upon due to the newly acquired applications of science to practical inventions. These applications made it possible to mass produce material goods by machine, creating radical changes in material goods. This spark in mass production of machine-made material goods, combined with the doubling in size of Europe’s population,…

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    Following the industrial revolution mass production was on the rise, Henry Ford improved this idea in his production of automobiles. Henry Ford’s assembly line not only encouraged mass production at a faster pace, but the affordable cost allowed access to the common American family. The automobile created a new market in the economy allowing America to soar to new heights. Stimulating the economy to grow, the flourishing of automobiles increased production in steel, rubber, glass, tools, and oil…

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    income, to mass production of textiles which was then transported globally, changed within a span of century.…

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