Invention And History Of The Cake Mixer

Invention And History Of The Cake Mixer, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post It’s Invention And History Of The Cake Mixer, The mixer with rotating parts was patented in 1856 by Baltimore, Maryland tinner Ralph Collier. U.S. Patent 16,267 This was followed by E.P. Griffith’s whisk patented in England in 1857. Another hand-turned rotary egg beater was patented by J.F. and E.P.

Monroe in 1859 in the US. U.S. Patent 23,694 Their egg beater patent was one of the earliest bought up by the Dover Stamping Company, whose Dover egg beaters became a classic American brand. The Monroe design was also manufactured in England. In 1870, Turner Williams of Providence R.I. invented another Dover egg beater model. U.S. Patent 103,811. commercial mixers, and they say a new model introduced in 1914 played a key role in the mixer part of their business the Hobart KitchenAid and Sunbeam Mixmaster (first produced 1910) were two very early US brands of electric mixer, domestic electric mixers were rarely used before the 1920s, when they were adopted more widely for home use.

I will never forget the mole handheld crank mixers when I was little that my mom had and I can remember helping use that thing to help beat eggs, and how tired my hand would get a turn in that crank to that old mixer, it was also known as an eggbeater which was a handheld device, with a crank on the side geared to one or more beaters, the user grips the handle with one hand and operates the crank with the other, creating the rotary action.

A mixer is a kitchen utensil which uses a gear-driven mechanism to rotate a set of beaters in a bowl containing the food to be prepared, It automates the repetitive tasks of stirring, whisking or beating. When the beaters are replaced by a dough hook, a mixer may also be used to knead, and then there’s, the stand mixers vary in size from small counter top models for home use to large capacity commercial machines. Stand mixers create the mixing action by rotating the mixing device vertically (planetary mixers), or by rotating the mixing container spiral mixers.

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Invention And History Of The Hairdryer

Invention And History Of The Hairdryer, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post It’s Invention And History Of The Hairdryer, The first model was created by Alexander F. Beau Godefroy in his salon in France in 1890. The handheld, household hair dryer first appeared in 1920. Blow dryers are used in beauty salons by professional stylists and in the household by consumers.

I can still remember the hairdryer that my sisters owned when I was a little boy when I would take a bath and sometimes they would use it to dry my hair with, and it was one of the old kind almost big around as a small car wheel that had the hose that ran up and the thing that caps down over the head knocking still remember that warm fire which like all hairdryers blows as my hair was drying.

Most hair dryers consist of electric heating coils and a fan (usually powered by a universal motor). The heating element in most dryers is a bare, coiled nichrome wire that is wrapped around mica insulators. Nichrome wire is used in heating elements because of two important properties: It is a poor conductor of electricity and it does not oxidize when heated

In modern models, a survey of stores in 2007 showed that most hair dryers have ceramic heating elements (like ceramic heaters)—because of their instant heat capability. This means that it takes less time for the dryers to heat up, so it takes a lot less time for the hair to dry, I think it’s great the way the technology just keeps growing and getting better as time goes on, and what if you added and improved features can make in the way that things works.

Girl under beauty parlor hair dryer, 1958 Many of these dryers have normal mode buttons that turn off the heater and blow room-temperature air while the button is pressed. This function helps to maintain the hairstyle by setting it. The colder air reduces frizz and can help to bolster shine in the hair, hairstyles using blow dryers usually have volume and discipline, which can be further improved by the use of styling products and hairbrushes during drying to add tension, hold and lift.

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History And Invention Of The Hot Water Heater

History And Invention Of The Hot Water Heater, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post is History And Invention Of The Hot Water Heater, the first thought water heater was invented in the 1800s in London England and what a great invention it was,, and what a great luxury and convenience to the homes and business places in the future.

Like I always say when a new idea develops in the human mind always put forth the effort to bring it to life, everything on the face of this earth started from a new idea and was turned into an invention, and that was put out on the market as a product or even a service, such as the hot water heater, and it makes you wonder how many people said that that was idea that could not be done anything is possible and like I say in other blog post what you think about is what you bring about.

It was in 1868, a painter named Benjamin Waddy Maughan invented the first instantaneous domestic water heater that did not use solid fuel. The first automatic, storage tank-type gas water was invented around 1889 by Ruud after he immigrated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (US). The Water heating is a thermodynamic process that uses an energy source to heat water above its initial temperature. Typical domestic uses of hot water include cooking, cleaning, bathing, and space heating. In industry, hot water and water heated to steam have many uses.

Domestically, water is traditionally heated in vessels known as water heaters, kettles, cauldrons, pots, or coppers. These metal vessels that heat a batch of water do not produce a continual supply of heated water at a preset temperature. Rarely, hot water occurs naturally, usually from natural hot springs. The temperature varies with the consumption rate, becoming cooler as flow increases.

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History And Invention Of The Kitchen Stove

History And Invention Of The Kitchen Stove, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post is History And Invention Of The Kitchen Stove, as we all know they were kitchens before there was stoves, a time when people had to cook over no open far for no matter what they had to cook it was over an open flame, until the late 1800s the invention of the cook stove, came to life.

An electric stove or electric range is a stove with an integrated electrical heating device to cook and bake. Electric stoves became popular as replacements for solid-fuel (wood or coal) stoves which required more labor to operate and maintain. Some modern stoves come in a unit with built-in extractor hoods. Electric stove burners may be controlled by a rotary switch with a finite number of positions (for example six) each of which engages a different combination of resistances and hence a different heating power, or may have an infinite switch called a simmerstat.

Some may have a thermostat. So On September 20, 1859, George B. Simpson was awarded US patent #25532 for an ‘electro-heater’ surface heated by a platinum-wire coil powered by batteries. In his words, useful to warm rooms, boil water, cook victuals, Canadian inventor Thomas Ahearn filed patent number no. 39916 in 1892 for an Electric Oven, a device he probably employed in preparing a meal for an Ottawa hotel that year. Ahearn and Warren Y. Soper were owners of Ottawa’s Chaudiere Electric Light and Power Company. Paragraph

I will never forget the old kitchen cook stove that my mom had when I was growing up how she would gather her: Kendall and in to cook breakfast or supper, even today the smell of coal and wood smoke brings back a lot of memories to me, and I can say this the food that was cooked on the old coal stove seem to have so much of a better flavor than the food cooked on the electric stoves.

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History And Invention Of The Drive-In Theater

History And Invention Of The Drive-In Theater, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post it’s History And Invention Of The Drive-In Theater, and what a great invention it was, I can remember the old drive-in theater how fun they were, even though here in Eastern Kentucky where I live in from the drive-in the eight are no longer exist now let’s get to some history and the invention of the drive-in theater.

A drive-in theater or drive-in cinema is a form of cinema structure consisting of a large outdoor movie screen, a projection booth, a concession stand and a large parking area for automobiles. Within this enclosed area, customers can view movies from the privacy and comfort of their cars. Some drive-ins have small playgrounds for children and a few picnic tables or benches.

The screen can be as simple as a wall that is painted white, or it can be a steel truss structure with a complex finish. Originally, a movie’s sound was provided by speakers on the screen and later by an individual speaker hung from the window of each car, which would be attached by a wire. This system was superseded by the more economical and less damage-prone method of broadcasting the soundtrack at a low output power on AM or FM radio to be picked up by a car radio.

This method also allows the soundtrack to be picked up in stereo by the audience on an often high-fidelity stereo installed in the car instead of through a simple speaker, that’s one of the features I liked about the old drive-in theater when you would drive into the parking lot they had the speakers to where you can snap them on your window, always thought it was so relaxing to watch a movie on the big screens like that on a beautiful moonlight night.

The big flat screen TVs up today reminds me a lot of the drive-in theater but yet I think the drive-in theater should be wrought back, the technology of the digital TVs that we have out now, I think the drive-in Theater to be brought back in a very popular fashion and I think it’s something that the motion picture companies should take in to consideration, for I really think the drive-in theaters today would go be.

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History And Invention Of The Automobile

History And Invention Of The Automobile, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post it’s History And Invention Of The Automobile The automobile can be divided into a number of eras, based on the prevalent means of propulsion. Later periods were defined by trends in exterior styling, size, and utility preferences.

In 1807 François Isaac de Rivaz designed the first car powered by an internal combustion engine fueled by hydrogen. In 1864 Siegfried Marcus built the first gasoline powered combustion engine, which he placed on a pushcart, building four progressively sophisticated combustion-engine cars over a 10-to-15-year span that influenced later cars.

Marcus created the two-cycle combustion engine[citation needed]. The car’s second incarnation in 1880 introduced a four-cycle, gasoline-powered engine, an ingenious carburetor design and magneto ignition. He created an additional two models further refining his design with steering, a clutch and brakes.

I think it is amazing how much difference that they are in the history of the automobile and the automobile of today with all the computerized equipment that it takes now to even make the engine of the automobile run, and I can remember the older vehicles were much easier to work on than the cars of today where everything has gone to computerized equipment, but being an inventor you just never know where your idea will go.

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History And Invention Of The Clock

History And Invention Of The Clock, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post it’s History And Invention Of The Clock, for thousands of years now devices has been used to measure and keep track of time. The current sexagesimal system of time measurement dates to approximately 2000 BCE from the Sumerians.

In doing some researching I have found some amazing information on a lot of different things, that I’m going to be posting here on Discover my inventions blog, and this morning when I went in there I decided to do a post about the history and invention of the clock, and what I didn’t realize I guess like a lot of other people I’ve never really give it a lot of thought, but clocks and watches never really started being very accurate until the 1930s and 40s.

It’s just like any other invention the more its work with the better gets, and I never forget in the late 1970s when the digital watches first came out, how amazing it was to see how they were, and to see how accurate a time tracking device could be to think at one time all people had was water clocks or the hour glass and today I enjoy looking at the history of the hourglass.

There are clocks of all kinds and one of my favorite is the old grandfather clock, and clocks that chimes on the hour, and I can remember in my school years of the old time cup clock that you had to wind and set daily that set up on our mantle up over the fireplace, how I can still hear that clock tick and that is some really good history, now cup clocks are battery-powered instead of winding you replace the battery that has been the history of timekeeping devices.

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History And Invention Of The Wheel

History And Invention Of The Wheel, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in today’s post History And Invention Of The Wheel, the geginning 3500 BC is the year when the wheel was invented, which is more of a ballpark than an exact year. The place is Mesopotamia, the area now occupied by war-ravaged Iraq. The first wheel for transportation purposes is approximated to 3200 BC, its purpose being to move the Mesopotamian chariots.

It is amazing how technology sometimes begins and how it changes as time moves forward, the wheel was invented to move large objects around things that were too heavy to move by hand, laws were often used for rollers for even larger objects, and this is one of the greatest things about coming up with new ideas that can be developed into inventions, like I always say in other blog post never let go of a good dream.

It is very interesting that the development of the wheel, It took another 1,500 years before our ancestors thought of the next step in wheel evolution, the spoke. The need for faster transportation and the idea of using less material stemmed this technological breakthrough. The Egyptians are credited with the first implementation of a spoked wheel on their model year 2000 BC chariots. They narrowed it by carving both sides to shape, but it was the Greeks that first introduced the cross-bar, or H-type, wheel.

And to just think what a relief it must have been creating something that now has many designs and features, as the wheel does, the wheel is used for many different things like a lot of inventions is things are often created to be used for one thing but yet it can be used for a lot of other things, Another major invention that came about the same with the wire tension spoke was the pneumatic tire, which was first patented in 1845 by R.W. Thompson. His idea was further improved in 1888 by John Dunlop, a Scottish veterinarian, who also patented it. Thanks to the smooth ride, Dunlop’s tire replaced the hard rubber used by all bicycles at that time.

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The First Invention Of The Train

The First Invention Of The Train, Hello and Welcome to Discover My Inventions I’m Randy Johnson, and in todays post It’s The First Invention Of The Train, The first steam locomotive, made by Richard Trevithick, first operated on 21 February 1804, three years after the road locomotive he made in 1801. The first practical steam locomotive was built in 1812-13 by John Blenkinsop.

Train engines has come a long way since then, and what invention it is, Steam locomotives were first developed in Great Britain during the early 19th century and used for railway transport until the middle of the 20th century. From the early 1900s they were gradually superseded by electric and diesel locomotives, with full conversions to electric and diesel power beginning in the late 1930s. The majority of steam locomotives were retired from regular service by the 1980s, though several continue to run on tourist and heritage lines.

Trains was a great relief to the transport industry for hauling building supplies food supplies, and freight of all kinds, and where would we be today without the great American railroad, I watched quite a few videos about trains and it is amazing the way the technology have changed over the years and continue to only get better, as time goes on.

That is one of the things that I enjoy is discovering new ideas such as the invention of the first train, and just think that the work that it took to bring that invention to live, and I always say never give up on a good thing never throw away a great idea, always think believe and move forward and never give up on the things that you believe in for anything is possible if you believe in it strong enough.

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Welcome To Discover My Inventions

Welcome To Discover My Inventions, this Blog is going to be based on new ideas and Inventions of all kinds, they’re going to be ways to promote new Inventions and ideas of all kinds, there going to be ways to promote new ideas and inventions in businesses of all kinds here on Discover my inventions blog, you will be able to find some really good history about some of the first inventions that came to life.

Always remember a new idea is the beginning of a great invention, there are a lot of things discarded and throw away by not promoting and moving forward with a great idea, and always remember a great idea is brand-new, and it always takes work to make these ideas come to life, as an inventor I will be doing a lot of research to help people to promote their idea.

And there has been a company put together which is the missing link to building any type of new business it is called the sprocket network and I will be having more blog post about the sprocket network here within the next couple of days, I also own a blogging network called the Dj Blog Network and global news topics, and you will find a button for each one of my blogs here on Discover my inventions.

Over the past few years that I’ve been blogging I have stumbled across to some really good ideas and a lot of interesting things, blogging is a great way to promote any kind of business such as a new kind of idea or invention you may have, however they’re going to be ways that you can get the help such as funding to help pay for the cost and the things it’s needed to get more business underway and that will be more information in future blog post.

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