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The flying shuttle was one of the key developments in the industrialization of weaving during .... An Encyclopaedia of the History of Technology. Taylor & Francis.

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Dec 29, 2011 ... The flying shuttle was a simple invention that radically changed the weaving industry by increasing productivity during the Industrial Revolution.

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The Open Door Web Site : History: The Industrial Revolution : Information about John Kay and the Flying Shuttle.

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In 1733 John Kay patented his flying shuttle that dramatically increased the speed of this process. ... (2) Richard Guest, History of Cotton Manufacture (1823).

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Apr 29, 2009 ... 4-29-2009 See Article History. Flying shuttle, Machine that represented an important step toward automatic weaving. It was invented by John ...

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Jan 25, 2010 ... this is my history video for historyy...:/ ahahah xx about the flying shuttle :) enjoy ? lol xxx Music : Poppiholla- Chicane :)
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Jun 6, 2008 ... Weaving with a fly shuttle. ... Coal, Steam, and The Industrial Revolution: Crash Course World History #32 - Duration: 11:05. CrashCourse ...

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John Kay of Bury invented the flying shuttle. John Kay played a major part in the advancement of the cotton industry and is best known around the world for ...

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Dec 14, 2015 ... The flying shuttle is a world class invention created by John Kay, ... Posted by Richard Humphries on December 14, 2015 in Historical, ...

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John Kay, 1704–64, English inventor. He patented (1733) the fly shuttle, operated by pulling a cord that drove the shuttle to either side, freeing one hand of the ...