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Transcript of TEXTILES
January 28, 2014
Intro to Engineering
How the Textile industry started
In the late 1700 the first large-scale factory was formed in Great Britain.
Great Britain also, in 1783,invented the first cotton spinning machine
Spinning mills were introduced to the United States in 1790
Richard Arkwright - Cotton spinning machine
Samuel Slater - spin mill
All of Germany
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How are textiles made. (2013, May 27). In Softpedia. Retrieved January 28, 2014, from http://news.softpedia.com/news/How-Textiles-Are-Made-76801.shtml
Making the Textiles
All you do for the most part is take the materials gathered and spin them.
New things done to.
New materials as they discover new non-poisonous materials thaat are legal to use as a thread or yarn.
Why were the improvements made
The clothes now have a variety to them, and to be in buisness in a higher market.
Who uses the clothes
1) What can be discovered through the research of past inventions?
The amount of time it took to make the product.
2) If you were a designer what would you do to inhance or change your product?
Clothing isnt much to inhance. You just do whatever with it.
3) What are some global and human impacts that you have occurred?
We have cloths. we are not naked anymore.
4) What are some things that you would do differently if you could present again?
Chose a different topic that i knew nothing about.
Prehistory-600 AD: Ancient and Prehistoric
1000 AD-1589: Medieval history
1590-1599: Modern history
1600-1830:Early modern period
1833-1892: Late modern period