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

Answer 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 »

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Who invented the EKG machine?

Willem Einthoven, a psychologist from the Dutch East Indies, developed a string galvanometer, a device used to take an electrocardiogram (EKG), in 1903. Doctors use an EKG to find out whether patie... Read More »

Who invented the first fax machine that was used?

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