The Manufacturing Dream Team

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<ul><li><p>THE MANUFACTURING</p><p>D R E A M T E A M</p><p>Celebrating the all-time greatest minds in manufacturing</p><p>http://dozuki.com</p></li><li><p>What better way to celebrate Manufacturing Day than by highlighting </p><p>the best minds in manufacturing?</p><p>These folks are the people you would want on your personal all-star team.</p><p>Most importantly, they had a profound and lasting impact on the manufacturing industry.</p></li><li><p>Well, what are we waiting for?</p><p>Its time to announce the starting lineup for the Manufacturing Dream Team!</p></li><li><p>THE MANUFACTURING</p><p>D R E A M T E A M</p><p>http://dozuki.com</p></li><li><p>THE MANUFACTURING</p><p>D R E A M T E A M</p><p>Back row (L to R): Thomas Newcomen, Eli Whitney, John T. Parsons, Taiichi Ohno, Oliver Evans, Henry Ford, Leroy Hood</p><p>Front row (L to R): Richard Arkwright, Charles Walton, Chuck Hull, James Watt, Thomas Savery, Patrick Hanratty</p><p>http://dozuki.com</p></li><li><p>T H O M A S N E W C O M E N (aka The OG)</p><p>Born: February, 1664</p><p>Country: England</p><p>Notable Achievements: Designed and installed the first successful steam engine, used for pumping water out of coal mines. This paved the way for the Watt steam engine and Britains Industrial Revolution. </p></li><li><p>E L I W H I T N E Y (aka Mix n Match)</p><p>Born: December 8, 1765</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Company: Whitney Arms</p><p>Notable Achievements: Invented the cotton gin. Popularized interchangeable parts in manufacturing. </p></li><li><p>J O H N T. PA R S O N S (aka Servo)</p><p>Born: October 11, 1913</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Company: Parsons Corporation</p><p>Notable Achievements: Pioneered automated, numerically controlled machine tools, paving the way for CNC machines.</p></li><li><p>TA I I C H I O H N O (aka Mr. Lean)</p><p>Born: February 29, 1912</p><p>Country: China</p><p>Company: Toyota</p><p>Notable Achievements: Father of the Toyota Production System (later known as Lean Manufacturing).</p></li><li><p>O L I V E R E VA N S (aka Auto)</p><p>Born: September 13, 1755</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Notable Achievements: Pioneered the first fully automated industrial process, paving the way for continuous production. Invented the first amphibious vehicle. Proposed the concept of the refrigerator.</p></li><li><p>H E N RY F O R D (aka Tin Lizzie)</p><p>Born: July 30, 1863</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Company: Ford Motor Company</p><p>Notable Achievements: Brought assembly line production and automobiles to the masses.</p></li><li><p>RICHARD ARKWRIGHT (aka Cotton)</p><p>Born: December 23, 1732</p><p>Country: England</p><p>Notable Achievements: Created the modern factory system, the Father of the Industrial Revolution. Combined power, machinery, labor and raw materials to create mass-produced textiles.</p></li><li><p>C H A R L E S WA LT O N (aka Tracker)</p><p>Born: 1921</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Notable Achievements: Invented RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology.</p><p>Company: IBM, US Army Signal Corps, Proximity Devices</p></li><li><p>C H U C K H U L L (aka Mini Me)</p><p>Born: May 12, 1939</p><p>Country: USA</p><p>Company: 3D Systems</p><p>Notable Achievements: Invented stereolithography (aka 3D printing), commercial rapid prototyping technology, and the STL file format.</p></li><li><p>J A M E S WAT T (aka Horsepower)</p><p>Born: January 19, 1736</p><p>Country: Scotland</p><p>Company: Boulton and Watt</p><p>Notable Achievements: Invented the Watt steam engine (which powered machines, locomotives and ships during Britains Industrial Revolution).</p></li><li><p>Country: USA</p><p>Company: General Electric, General Motors</p><p>Notable Achievements: The Father of CAD/CAM. Created PRONTO, the first commercial numerical-control programming system. </p><p>PATRICK J. HANRAT T Y (aka Pronto)</p></li><li><p>THE MANUFACTURING</p><p>D R E A M T E A M</p><p>Back row (L to R): Thomas Newcomen, Eli Whitney, John T. Parsons, Taiichi Ohno, Oliver Evans, Henry Ford, Leroy Hood</p><p>Front row (L to R): Richard Arkwright, Charles Walton, Chuck Hull, James Watt, Thomas Savery, Patrick Hanratty</p></li><li><p>For more information on manufacturing best practices and industry news:</p><p>VIS IT THE OFFICIAL</p><p>D O Z U K I B L O G</p><p>http://dozuki.comhttp://www.dozuki.com/blog</p></li><li><p>Resources</p><p>americanmachinist.com/cadcam-software/cadcam-hall-fame </p><p>articles.latimes.com/1988-03-19/business/fi-1173_1_hanratty-family</p><p>britannica.com/place/United-States/The-United-States-from-1816-to-1850#ref1015358</p><p>britannica.com/biography/Eli-Whitney</p><p>cadhistory.net/15%20Patrick%20Hanratty%20and%20MCS.pdf</p><p>history.co.uk/biographies/richard-arkwright</p><p>history.com/topics/industrial-revolution</p><p>history.com/topics/inventions/cotton-gin-and-eli-whitney</p><p>nfcnearfieldcommunication.org/charles-walton.html</p><p>thomasnet.com/articles/custom-manufacturing-fabricating/steam-engine-history </p><p>visual.ly/us-manufacturing-history</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Ford</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiichi_Ohno</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Watt</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Arkwright</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrick_J._Hanratty </p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oliver_Evans</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Walton_(inventor)</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eli_Whitney</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuck_Hull</p><p>en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_T._Parsons</p><p>http://dozuki.com</p></li></ul>