The water frame is the name given to a water-powered spinning frame which was
an easy way to create cotton. The first time the machine was used in 1768 it ...
The water frame is the name given to a spinning frame, when water power is
used to drive it. Both are credited to Richard Arkwright who patented the
The invention of the water frame in the late 1760s transformed the textile industry
and helped usher in the Industrial Revolution. Originally called the spinning ...
His design became known as the water frame. It was given this name because it
needed energy from a watermill to power it. It was therefore too large for cottage ...
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Water frame, In textile manufacture, a spinning machine powered by water that
produced a cotton yarn suitable for warp (lengthwise threads). Patented in 1769 ...
Arkwright's machine now became known as the Water-Frame. It is the world's first
successful water powered cotton powered spinning wheel. But the water ...
THE INVENTION OF SPINNING MACHINES: THE JENNY, THE WATER FRAME,
AND THE MULE.  WHILE men were working on inventions to provide ...
Sir Richard Arkwright 1732-92, English inventor. His construction of a machine
for spinning, the water frame, patented in 1769, was an early step...