Science provides businesses newer machines, better techniques
Before the industrial revolution, clothes were woven with hand-looms. With the introduction of power looms, fabrics are woven automatically without human intervention. An operator has to just monitor the whole weaving process. If there’s any mistake, he needs to stop the loom and call the technician to fix the problem.
With further scientific developments, improved automatic looms such as Rapier and Sulzer machines were developed. These machines stop themselves in case of any weaving defect, thus increasing the efficiency and quality of fabric production. Also, they’re much faster than their predecessors and require less manpower. They run continuously without any stoppage and warrant less maintenance and repairs.