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The Assembly line. By: Gillian and N icole. Workers. In the assembly line there are both human and robot workers. There are more robot workers than human workers because human workers take more time. Making the assembly line increased job count. Parts.

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    1. The Assembly line By: Gillian and Nicole

    2. Workers • In the assembly line there are both human and robot workers. • There are more robot workers than human workers because human workers take more time. • Making the assembly line increased job count.

    3. Parts • Every part is made one by one the exact same way in the assembly line. • The parts in the assembly line are called widgets. • Widgets are small gears that go in cars, bikes, and other vehicles. Widgets

    4. The Model T • The first car was invented by Henry Ford in 1896. • It was called the Model T. • The car was $825.00 • Henry Ford was determined to build a car so he made the Model T.

    5. Henry Ford • Henry Ford was born on July 30, 1863 in Dearborn, Michigan. • He enjoyed tinkering with machines from the time he was a young boy. • He invented the modern assembly line.

    6. Thank you for watching!!!!!!!

    7. Credits • http://school.nettrekker.com/searchKeyword?nextService=%2FgoPage%3Fnp%3D%2Fimages%2FimageIndex.ftl%26pp%3D%2Fimages%2FimageIndex.ftl%26searchType%3DIMAGE%26pass%3DIMAGE%26HOMEPAGE%3DE&level=Elementary&np=%2Fwebresults.ftl&pp=%2Fwebresults.ftl&searchType=IMAGE&pass=&context=&limit=9&goFPersonSearch=&al=Elementary&pref_code_1=HOMEPAGE&pref_value_1=&grade=Elementary&start=1&HOMEPAGE=E&query=henry+ford&go_kw=