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7-3:5 Machine Age

KH_Machine Age, Krystal Haltiwanger, Core 3

Flying shuttle Sped up the weaving process
Puddling Developed by Henry Cort, used coke to burn away impurities in iron ore.
Patent Exclusive ownership of an invention, for the process from the United States
Open-hearth process A method that used a special furnace to make many kinds of steel.
Steam engine Allowed factories robe built almost anywhere because the steam engine did not rely on water power.
Mass production When machines increased the output of goods.
Assembly line When a product moves along a conveyer belt from worker to worker.
Created by: K2H