Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home
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-Before the Industrial Revolution, all manufacture of products like textiles was done at home and on a small scale . This was called the cottage or domestic system . -Everyone did their part.

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Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home

-Before the Industrial Revolution, all manufacture of products like textiles was done at home and on a small scale. This was called the cottage or domestic system.

-Everyone did their part.

-Textile production: children cleaned the wool, women spun the fibers into thread and men wove the thread into cloth.

-Slow and tedious work

-Expensive products


Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home

Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home.

Factories can produce goods in less time and at a lower cost with new technology powered by water and steam.

Weavers, spinners and unskilled laborer stop working for themselves in the home and start working in factories for wages.


Advanced weaving machines become too large and too expensive to be used by weavers at home

What were some of the positive and negative effects of the English factory system?


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