sometime in the 1500's
Joseph Marie Jacquard invented the first weaving loom in 1752. In 1801 Joseph Jacquard demonstrated the simplicity of the weaving loom in textile manufacturing.
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I THINK THEY INVENTED THE LOOM BECAUSE THE WEAVING NEEDED SOMETHING TO HELP THE YARN TO PICK IT'S SELF HELP OR THEY JUST INVENTED IT SO THE LOOM CAN DO A PART IN SOMETHING
Joseph Marie jaquard
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It is believed that the first weaving loom was used in the Paleolithic era. Up until the Industrial Revolution, weaving looms were operated completely by hand.
The Power Loom , invented by Edmund Cartwright
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a machine invented by Jaquard for weaving cloth
by josph jacquard he thought weaving was cool
The weaving loom predates written history.However, the first PROGRAMMABLE MECHANICAL loom for silk was demonstrated by Joseph Marie Jacquard in Paris in 1801.Please see related links below!
It was invented rather than discovered. "Edmund Cartwright built and patented a power loom in 1785."
A type of weaving loom was invented in the early 1500's. Not many people believe it, but it's true. :)Actually, it was invented in Egypt by egyptians approximately 6000 years ago in 4000 B.C.Actually, the weaving loom was invented because people wanted to make an easier way to make clothes or pillows or any other things. It was invented way before Prophet Moses was born.it wasnt invented until 1992
Joseph-Marie Jacquard in 1801.
The frame for weaving is called a loom.
You use loom when your weaving.
weaving loom is a wooden or metal machine created to weave thread or yarn into cloth!
The loom was invented in the year 1404 and was derived from geloma. It was not until 1838 that it was used as a machine instead of a manual loom.
The first weaving machine, or power loom, was created by a British man named Edmund Cartwright in the 18th century. He patented it in 1785.
The machine for weaving cloth is called a loom. One definition, which is quite to the point: "A loom is the framework across which threads are stretched for the weaving of cloth."
It is used for weaving