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Transcript of Manufacturing Timeline
By Cayla Smith 1900's Present Day 1910's 1920's 1930's 1940's 1950's 1960's 1970's 1980's 1990's 2000's 1914: Ford creates the first moving assembly line, reducing chassis assembly time from over 12 hours to less than 3 hours. 1924: Sakichi creates the auto loom. An auto loom is a fabric weaving machine that works on its own. This makes fabric making for vehicles much more efficient and faster. 1947: Microwave oven created by Percy Spencer. This created a new alternative to cooking food. 1903: Mercury Vapor Electric Lamp made by Peter Cooper Hewitt. Now people all over the world can bring light in their homes and businesses in the blink of an eye. 1939: Single Rotor Helicopter created by Igor Sikorsky. This is another form of transportation, to get from place to another. 1953: Measles vaccine created by John F. Enders and Thomas Peebles. This vaccine saved thousands of peoples lives. 1975: Home Videotape Systems (VCR)(Betamax) Sony, Japan.
This can be a form of communication and entertainment. 1967: Automatic Teller Machine created by John Shepherd-Barron. Because of this invention, people won't have drive all the way to a bank and wait in line to transfer or withdraw their money.
The following is a timeline beginning from the 1900's, up to present day. The purpose of this timeline is to show how manufacturing has evolved overtime. 1985: DNA fingerprinting thought of by Alec Jeffreys. This method is still used today to determine who people are, from birth to criminals going to jail.
1990: World Wide Web created by Tim Berners-Lee. The internet is the main source of communication today. 2002: Scramjet made by the University of Queensland. This particular jet burns fuel in the air at supersonic speeds. It has been used as a form of transportation, as well as a weapon. Armstar BodyGuard 9XI-HD01 The arm is made of cotton, Kevlar, as well as Nomax, a flame resistant fiber. It comes with an indentation to allow an iPhone to slot in neatly, and also charges the phone while it's sitting in there. The Bodyguard also comes with a 720p video camera, flashlight and a 300,000-volt stun gun.