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Jacquard, Joseph Marie

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  • Jacquard, Joseph-Marie — (1752 1834)    inventor    Born in lyon, the son of a weaver, Joseph Marie Jacquard developed the Jacquard loom, which enabled a single operator to weave complex patterns. The Jacquard loom began a technological revolution in the textile industry …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

  • Jacquard,Joseph Marie — Jac·quard (jăkʹärd , jə kärdʹ, zhä kärʹ), Joseph Marie. 1752 1834. French inventor of the jacquard loom (1801), the first automatic loom able to weave complex patterns. * * * …   Universalium

  • Jacquard, Joseph-Marie — born July 7, 1752, Lyon, Fr. died Aug. 7, 1834, Oullins French inventor. In 1801 he demonstrated an automatic loom incorporating revolutionary new technology; it was declared public property in 1806, and Jacquard was rewarded with a pension and a …   Universalium

  • Jacquard, Joseph-Marie — SUBJECT AREA: Textiles [br] b. 7 July 1752 Lyons, France d. 7 August 1834 Oullines, France [br] French developer of the apparatus named after him and used for selecting complicated patterns in weaving. [br] Jacquard was apprenticed at the age of… …   Biographical history of technology

  • Jacquard, Joseph-Marie — ► (1752 1834) Tejedor de seda francés. Inventó un dispositivo que permite la separación automática de los hilos de la urdimbre para dar paso a la trama, por complicados que sean los dibujos a tejer. Esta innovación contribuyó al progreso de la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Jacquard, Joseph Marie —    A Frenchman who invented a loom attachment in 1804 that made it possible to weave complex figured patterns in cloth, his namesake …   Historical Dictionary of the Fashion Industry

  • Joseph-Marie Jacquard — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Jacquard. Joseph Marie Jacquard …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Joseph Marie Jacquard — (* 7. Juli 1752 in Lyon; † 7. August 1834 in Oullins) war ein französischer Erfinder, der durch seine Weiterentwicklung des Webstuhls entscheidend zur industriellen Revolution beitrug …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joseph-Marie Jacquard — (eigentlich Joseph Marie Charles genannt Jacquard, * 7. Juli 1752 in Lyon; † 7. August 1834 in Oullins) war ein französischer Erfinder, der durch seine Weiterentwicklung des Webstuhls entscheidend zur industriellen Revolution beitrug. Leben… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joseph Marie Jacquard — Joseph Marie Jacquard. Joseph Marie Jacquard (n.Lyon, 7 de julio de 1752 m. Oullins, 7 de agosto de 1834) Fue un inventor francés conocido por automatizar, mediante el uso de tarjetas perforadas, el llamado telar de Jacquard. Hijo de un obrero… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Joseph Marie Jacquard — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Jacquard. Joseph Marie Jacquard Nom de naissance …   Wikipédia en Français

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