The Emergence Of Industrial Equipment Manufacturers

In the early centuries, industrialists drastically modified all manufacturing processes. People began using machines to produce products rather than doing them manually. These advances in production referred to as the Industrial Revolution started in England during the 18th century. The movement ultimately spread like a forest fire to the neighbouring countries like France and Germany. At the end of the 18th century, the industrialists of the Unites States also got influenced by these movements and got benefitted from it highly.

The advances in technology have brought about a wider scope among the people. It made its impact on various industries like textile, mining, manufacturing, agriculture and glass making. For instance, the textile industry which was using wool in its manufacturing processes, now with advances in technology and with the invention of the spinning wheel, the industry no longer uses wool. Instead they have started using cotton in their processes. These changes in turn reduced the time and the cost involved in all manufacturing processes.

During the period of Industrial Revolution manufacturers modified the processes under manufacturing. Manufacturers employed artisans to produce a product. Now machines have replaced the work of artisans. Many machines were invented. Some of them include spinning wheels that manufacture textiles, water wheels that are used to produce power for the manufacturing processes and finally the steam engines. The main aim of all Industrial Equipment Manufacturers is to speed up manufacturing processes.

With the products being manufactured quickly, the demand for the products greatly increased. Thus the high demand for products forced all manufacturers to alter the production time to longer hours. They also forced their employees to work for long hours. As the demands for products grew high, it became a challenging job for the manufacturers to satisfy all demands. Trade unions forced the government to strictly implement laws to protect the rights of workers. The Factory Act of 1833 imposed many laws. It includes restricting the working hours of children and imposing standards and compliances that the factories must achieve. These changes helped businesses to increase their overall business strategies. There are multiple types of processes in manufacturing. The important processes include casting, machining, shearing and joining.

  •         Moulding process- When manufacturers deal with liquids, they use the process of moulding. One the most commonly used method in moulding is casting. Casting refers to heating of plastic products until it turns into a liquid. The processed liquid is then placed in the moulds. When the plastic is cooled down completely, the mould is dispatched yielding the desired figures. Casting is also used to produce plastic sheeting. Plastic sheets have a lot of applications. There are four kinds of moulding, namely the injection moulding, blow moulding, compression moulding and rotational moulding.
  •         Machining process- The common man finds difficulties in producing metal items without the use of specific machines. Manufacturers use tools like saws, sheers and spinning wheels to produce such products. Laser machines help you to cut metals using high-energy light radiation. The plasma torches transform gas into plasma with the help of electricity.          

Post Author: Deepika Varma

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