Steam Engine Improves Productivity?
By: Inventions Life of Southampton 07/01/1766
What Is a Steam Engine?
The new invention from James Watt is an engine that is powered off of steam and could be used to spin cotton. This provides an easier, more efficient way to spin cotton, that other machines can't do as well. A possible downfall could be that it is powered off of coal to get the steam and if you don't have coal you can not use the machine.
The Inventor (James Watt)
James Watt was the genius behind the steam engine. James Watt was a Scottish engineer who improved the cotton industry. After awhile cotton mills all over Britain were using steam powered engines because of James Watt.