Where was the Assembly Line Invented?

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The assembly line was invented at the Ford motor company's Dearborn assembly plant. Henry Ford is credited with inventing the automobile assembly line process.
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The assembly line is a product of ancient cultures. It was used in many building projects. You will see it operating on pyramid walls.
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