Industrial Revolution has been amongst the most significant, most renowned events of all times, which has been a strong part and parcel of the company as we speak. Industrial revolution is a constant process, where recurring changes and constant growth in the area of globalization, production, manufacturing and even technology has prevailed and become a concrete part and parcel of this otherwise constantly growing phenomenon. Taking toll over sometime during the 1750-1850, the phenomenon rose and boiled in the United Kingdom, raising the standards of living of ordinary, mediocre people, which gradually spread to Western Europe, North America, and Japan and ultimately coiled all areas of the world. Spreading over and widening with divided phases, the Industrial Revolution imbibed within itself the social, economic, political and technological progress and development whose effects and outcomes are felt in today's modern world of constant escalation and rapid expansion which surrounds us humans. For this paper, our major focus shall be upon Industrial Revolution and the associated gifts that we, as human beings, have derived from the available resources and at the same time, put them to our utmost use.
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How did the concept arise?4
Howe's Concept of Sewing Machine5
Sewing Machine - Elias Howe
To understand and comprehend the kind of benefits that have been yielded with the advent of the Industrial Revolution, we have taken up inventors and inventions that surfaced with the arrival and spread of the development and endless progressions. Here, our major focus shall depend upon the development and understanding of how the sewing machine came into existence and how did the concept came through by the invention of Elias Howe, considered amongst the pioneer of the sewing machine.
How did the concept arise?
A sewing machine is a machine which is used to stitch, join and create clothes out of raw material that is available in the form of loose, unfit clothing. While the concept of the sewing machine had already been discussed and brought to books with Josef Madersperger in the year 1842, however Elias Howe brought forth his otherwise differently designed sewing machine, which covered a distinct feature: a vertical, lock stitching machine, which was able to easily lock the delicate strands of clothes and creating a relatively better and much faster stitching process in comparison to the previous version that existed.
If one tends to skim through the graphical representation of the model presented ...