The mule could be far simpler in its construction.
When Samuel Crompton invented the spinning mule in c.
Helmshore Mills was a cotton waste mule spinning mill.
As the mule was unpatented others soon manufactured it.
The spinning mule is a machine used to spin cotton and other fibres.
At its peak there were 50,000,000 mule spindles in Lancashire alone.
Columbus was leaving town by mule in despair when Ferdinand intervened.
The spinning mule spins textile fibres into yarn by an intermittent process.
A survey in 1812 showed there were between 4 and 5 million mule spindles in use.
When Arkwright's patents expired, the mule was developed by several manufacturers.
The mule produced strong, thin yarn, suitable for any kind of textile, warp or weft.
The packhorse, mule or donkey was a critical tool in the development of the Americas.
Crompton's first mule had 48 spindles and could produce 1 lb of 60s thread a day.
The minder would stop the mule on the outward run, and raise his hands above his head.
About 1900 there was a high incidence of scrotal cancer detected in former mule spinners.
A number of prototypes of both engines exist in full working order in a number of mule cars.
It was limited to cotton mule spinners and did not affect woollen or condenser mule spinners.
Like the mule, camas are sterile, despite both parents having the same number of chromosomes.
To creel, the creeler stood behind the mule, he placed new bobbins on the shelf above the creel.
Creeling involved replacing the rovings bobbins in a section of the mule without stopping the mule.