The flying shuttle was one of the key developments in the industrialization of
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History of Science and Technology ... Before the invention of the flying shuttle by
John Kay in 1733, it was only possible for cloth to be woven up to a maximum of ...
Flying shuttle, Machine that represented an important step toward automatic
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In 1733 John Kay patented his flying shuttle that dramatically increased the
speed of this ... (1) Edward Baines, The History of the Cotton Manufacture (1935).
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Aug 18, 2016 ... In 1733, John Kay invented the flying shuttle, an improvement to looms that
enabled weavers to weave faster. It was a contribution to the ...
In 1733 John Kay invented the Flying Shuttle. The shuttle allowed wool to be
produced much more efficiently. Before the Flying Shuttle wool could only be ...
His invention of the 'Fly Shuttle' or 'Flying Shuttle' made John Kay one of the
founders of the Industrial Revolution, and put him in the history books alongside ...
The invention that Kay is most famous for is the Flying Shuttle. Before his
invention, weavers had to pass the shuttle through the warp threads by hand.