Assembly line

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It is a presentation which focuses on Henry Ford his T-model car that led to assembly line production.

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Assembly line

  1. 1. Assembly Line
  2. 2. Brief on Henry Ford’s life• Henry Ford was an American industrialist, the founder of theFord Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of theassembly line technique of mass production.• Born: July 30, 1863,• Died: April 7, 1947,• Full name: Henry Ford• Education: Detroit Business Institute• Parents: William Ford, Mary Litogot• Children: Edsel Ford
  3. 3. A business absolutely devoted toservice will have only one worryabout profits. They will beembarrassingly large.
  4. 4. Principles of Assembly line• According to Henry Ford there are 3 principles of assembly line.• Men and Tools should be sequenced to minimize distance.• Carriers should be used as at a convenient place to theworker.• Use sliding assembling lines by which the parts to beassembled are delivered at convenient distances.
  5. 5. Assembly line
  6. 6. The Ford Model T is an automobile that was produced by HenryFords Ford Motor Company from October 1, 1908 to May 27,1927.Also known as Tin Lizzie.Cheap- Priced at 850$ onlyImportant- First Global car of the worldTechnical-It was a rear-wheel drive vehicle. Its transmission was a planetary geartype billed as "three speed”. Considered a two-speed, because oneof the three speeds was reverse.
  7. 7. T-model
  8. 8. Compiled By-Sufal ChhabraX

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