When was the copy machine invented?

Answer The concept of the copying machine goes back to the early 1900s, but the modern-day xerographic copier, known more commonly as the photocopier, was invented by Chester Carlson in 1938. By 1948 Carl... Read More »

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When was the first counting machine invented?

The oldest known counting device is the Babylonian Salmis tablet dating back to 300 B.C., but French mathematician Blaise Pascal developed the first mechanical counting machine in 1642. The pascali... Read More »

When was the first milling machine invented?

The person that is credited with inventing the first milling machine is one of the greatest inventors of all time. Ely Whitney in the year 1818 was the first person to invent the milling machine.S... Read More »

When was the first vending machine invented?

The first vending machine was invented around 215 BC by a Greek engineer named Hero. The machines were placed in Egyptian Temples in Alexandria, Egypt to dispense holy water in exchange for Bronze ... Read More »

Who invented a machine called a lasting machine that stitched the leather of a shoe to its sole?

Jan Ernst Matzeliger invented the lasting machine. The lasting machine places and attaches the leather upper part of the shoe to the sole. A native of Dutch Guiana born in 1852, Matzeliger develope... Read More »