During the First Industrial Revolution, manufacturing saw a huge boon to production in the form of new processes, new machines and the rise of the factory system. Previously, manufacturing had been largely done by hand; thanks to the use of steam and the assembly line model, the turn of the 20th Century ushered in an era of economic stability. Fast forward to today, and manufacturing has only become more complex.
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