The Factory System made manufacturing much easier in the U.S at the time. it become very necessary to American citizens and workers to process products faster. It was way more efficient, larger and superceded The Cottage Industry. also made possible the economies of scale. it basically decreased the amount of work needed to make American products.
Many people would say that the automobile industry in the United States was most responsible for advances in mass production. The key was in the thinking of Henry Ford. In order to make automobiles more affordable, his factories used the "assembly line" approach to make his cars. The workmen were assigned a specific job to do as each car was run along an assembly line. Instead of cars being "hand made" so to speak, they were made by the description of above. The end result was a less expensive car. This idea was then used for other manufacturing industries.
Yes, he did
The American Railway Association standardized practices to make train travel safer and more efficient. Most notably the association established standard US time zones, to minimize the chance of collisions.
Make American industry more efficient.
He made an assembly line to make the cars faster ....... Coconuts..Jernalee ^_^
Henry Ford's career was to make ford cars
did Henry Ford make anything else but the Ford
did Henry ford make anything else but the ford
The Ford Model T
Answer Henry Bessemer invented The Bessemer Process or Converter. This was a cheaper and more efficient method of making steel.
An advantage is that Ford Is a company That is named after Henry Ford he made the first car. . Henry Ford did not make the first car. Benz did. Henry Ford was famous for making the assembly line for automobile manufacturing in Dearborn, Mi. They also made their own steel at the River Rouge Plant, near Detroit, Michigan. Far as I know, there is no advantage of Ford. It might be a marketing gimmick but I grew up in the Motor City and never heard that phrase.
He made it in 1924
Henry Ford made the first ford assembly line in 1904 in Michigan
Henry ford made over 12 million dollhairs