invented the flying shuttle to speed up the weaving process
invented the spinning jenny to enable spinners to spin cotton into thread very quickly
invented the water frame that used water to power spinning machines
invented the steam engine that replaced waterpower with steam power
invented the power loom that wove thread into cloth as fast as the new spinning machines produced it
invented the cotton gin that cleaned cotton 50 times faster than a person could
developed the process called puddling that used coke to burn away impurities in iron ore
worked with Henry Bessemer to work on ways to turn iron into steel
worked with William Kelly to work on ways to turn iron into steel
designed the first practical steamboat
used electricity to invent the telegraph
Alexander Graham Bell
invented the telephone
devised the wireless telegraph or radio
invented the electric light bulb
sped up the weaving process, invented by John Kay
enables spinners to spin cotton into thread very quickly, invented by James Hargreaves
cleaned cotton 50 times more quickly than a person could
developed by Henry Cort, process that used coke to burn away impurities in iron ore
the exclusive ownership of an invention
a method that used a special furnace to make many kinds of steel
allowed factories to be built almost anywhere, replaced waterpower with steam power, invented by James Watt
the manufacture of huge quantities of identical goods at cheap prices
the use of machine made parts that are exactly alike
division of labor
occurs by assigning workers to specialized tasks as a product moves along a conveyor belt from worker to worker
a product moves along a conveyor belt from worker to worker
What inventions switched from handmade to machine made textiles?
Flying shuttle, spinning jenny, water frame, power loom, and cotton gin.
How did new methods of producing iron and steel increase industrialization?
It caused the invention of the steam engine to allow factories to be built anywhere, and steel was very flexible and strong.
How did the ideas of interchangeable parts and division of labor contribute to the mass production of goods?
With more of one part, more workers and the assembly line, large amounts of goods could be produced faster and more efficiently.
How did the methods of powering machines change during the 1700s and 1800s?
From the 1700s to the 1800s, the powering machines improved by inventors and made production of goods faster and easier.
How did the changes in transportation affect business as well as daily life?
The changes in transportation made people move around easier, and goods move around easier and also faster.