The hydraulic lift was invented by Leon Edoux.
If we are talking about aircraft lift, it was likely discovered, not invented. You can discover Gold, you don't invent it...
The elevator ('lift' in the UK). He did not invent the elevator(lift). He invented the elevator brake system.
The Gondola lift was invented in the twentieth century. It is one of the commonly used lifts in many countries across the world.
The chair Lift was invented by a Union Pacific railroad engineer by the name of James Curran. In 1936 the first chair lift was installed at the Sun Valley Ski Resort.
In 1884 by Elisha Otis.
John W. Parker
The first purpose built ski lift was built in 1908 in Schwarzwald in Germany.
If they haven't been invented then they don't have a name.
The Roman scientist and inventor, Archimedes, was one of the first to invent the lift in 236 BC. His machine was for lifting heavy stones used for building. The modern lift was invented by Elisha Otis in the mid 1800's. Others had tried to design a lift, but failed because of the lack of brakes. Elisha Otis designed a safe braking system for the lift.
In 1852 by Elisha Otis in New York.
The first recognized scooter lift was invented in the middle of the 1990's by Thomas Kruse. Founder of the company Hoveround, Kruse also popularized the motorized scooter on the American market.
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proffesser sahil shah is invented the hydraulic lfit
became lift instead of swing
The earliest windmills were invented in the ninth century AD in the Middle East and were used to grind grain or to lift water.
He invented a device to lift boats over shoals
There are descriptions of windlasses (used to lift water from a well) in Spain in the 4th Century. The Chinese invented the differential, or Chinese windlass in 1582.
samuel de champlain invented it. iT WAS A CELEBRATION FOR THE CREW TO LIFT THEIR SPIRITS.
Nobody invented it, it's just evolved as an idea since we've been able to lift ourselves off the ground with our legs and arms.
In 1420 Filippo Brunelleschi was building the dome of the Doma in Florence, Italy and to get the building materials up to the highest reaches of the dome he invented a mechanical lift. It was not run by electricity, but mule/horse power, yet, it did have gears, pulleys, and wheels so it was mechanical.
The chair lift was invented by Jim Curran, an engineer at Union Pacific (UP) Railroad in Omaha, Nebraska. The first commercial lift was built in Sun Valley, Idaho, in 1936. UP's motivation was to increase demand for transport to ski resorts, which UP (of course!), would provide.