Mass-production Sentence Examples
By the end of the 18th century, mass production of toy soldiers began.
Marketing and mass production drove what success Computer Space had.
Over the next 46 years, Moulinex became a world leader in the mass production of home appliances.
The camera was an engineering exercise and not meant for mass production.
Looking to turn the greatest profit, these businesses tend to breed indiscriminately for mass production.Advertisement
Because they are bred indiscriminately for mass production and profit, the puppies from puppy mills often have severe congenital defects and serious health problems.
That concept came to be known as Donkey Kong.As it turned out, the mass-production of the Radar Scope machines came in handy.
Without having the strict regulations of the DOC to follow, vintners began a mass production of Chianti to be exported around the world, which sullied the good reputation it had built over centuries.
With the Industrial Revolution came mass production of cookie cutters with the first documented catalog offering cookie cutters dating from 1869.
During the Victorian era the popularity of bowed glass china cabinets quickly grew as mass production created more availability and lower prices.Advertisement
After the war, the popularity of the houses grew, and mass production began.
By 1914, mass production was introduced to keep up with the supply and demand of Seikosha watches, and by 1924, Seikosha became Seiko.
The invention of a new mass production method for vinyl albums and the increase in popularity of musical cinema helped the soundtrack format take off in the 1950s.
These plantations are becoming a rarity due to world coffee markets forcing the spread of high tech mass production techniques.
Thanks to the Industrial Revolution, however, mechanized, mass production techniques for furniture production became the norm.Advertisement
In some instances, the stalks are processed on the same machines use for cotton fabric-making; however, this method of mass production produces a lower-quality product.
In these days of mass-production, many shoe manufacturers have adopted a "one size fits all" kind of attitude, where shoes are created in a range of standard sizes, with very little in the way of flexibility.