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James Dyson Timeline
Transcript of James Dyson Timeline
Its features are quite similar to the DC04 DCO7 2001-2009 In 1999, the DC04, (Dual Cyclone 4) was released. It was very successful to the DCO1, as it sold far more models. It had improved filters and was noted as the new "Life Time" title. DC04 2002 In 2002, the Dyson company moved their vacuum cleaner production to Malaysia. James Dyson claimed that he got permission to expand his factory. But, the local government said that, the piece of land he wanted was owned by a private owner, who didn't want to sell his land. A year later, the washing machine production also moved to Malaysia. 2011 In 2005, James Dyson used his Ballbarrow concept, and put it at the bottom of a vacuum cleaner, claiming it to be more maneuverable. During that year, he also got elected to be a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering.
In 2006, James Dyson launched a fast hand dryer, called the Dyson airblade. In 2009, he launched a fan without blades, calling it the Air Multiplier. Picking up dirt James Dyson Timeline By: Alice Choi Japanese Flag G-Force Map of Malmesbury Thankyou In 2011, James Dyson opened up a competition, to challenge young designers and eginneers in problem solving inventions. The award is called the James Dyson Award.