John Kay (17 June 1704 – c. 1779) was the inventor of the flying shuttle, which
was a key contribution to the Industrial Revolution. He is often confused with his ...
English machinist and engineer, inventor of the flying shuttle, which was an
important step toward automatic weaving. The son of a woolen manufacturer, Kay
In 1733, John Kay invented the flying shuttle, an improvement to looms that
enabled weavers to weave faster. The original shuttle contained a bobbin on to ...
In 1733 John Kay patented his flying shuttle that dramatically increased the
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The flying shuttle was one of the key developments in weaving that helped fuel
the Industrial Revolution. It was patented by John Kay (1704–1764) in 1733.
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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 ...
has been attributed to the fly shuttle (or flying shuttle) invented by John Kay in ...
well as with those of the invention of the flying shuttle and its diffusion, it soon ...