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The first robots--an archival approach covering the period 1840-1870

The first robots--an archival approach covering the period 1840-1870

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In the three decades preceeding the American Civil War and the formation of the Dominion of Canada, new markets created a need for longer lengths of wrought iron wire than had been produced previousl ...
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Number of pages:8
Year published:1988
Weight:0.2500
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By Donald Sayenga, Consultant, USA
1988
 
In the three decades preceeding the American Civil War and the formation of the Dominion of Canada, new markets created a need for longer lengths of wrought iron wire than had been produced previously by early wire mills. The market demand stimulated invention of new rod mill and wire mill equipment capable of producing and handling longer, heavier coils. English wiremakers were the first to devised improved mills, but Americans soon after took up the new ideas and improved upon them in many ways.
  
 
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