Who Invented Mechanical Engineering?

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The field of mechanical engineering has been around since 287 B.C. The founder of the field was a man named Archimedes who lived in Grease.
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Archimedes. He invented countless things that you can see from the link. I'm sure there were earlier mechanical engineers, but he was the most prolific of the early guys.
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Inventions come from necessity. When people needed to travel further distances in shorter times, the automobile was invented. When people needed to communicate over long distances
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Joey. 's answer is partially correct. . The first. patent. for the mechanical pencil was granted in 1822 to the silversmith Sampson Mordan and engineer John Isaac Hawkins. However
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Like many other modern inventions, the steam engine had a long evolution. It was first conceived of by Greek scientist Hero of Alexandria in the first century a.d. The mathematician
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