Basile Bouchon is the inventor of the weaving loom semi-automatic.
In 1725, it uses to program a weaving loom a paper tape. Lyons workman and wire of a manufacturer of Organ S, it thus adapts the concept of the mechanisms of clock industry used in the musical boxes to the repetitive task of weaving. This invention is sophisticated in 1728 by its assistant, Jean-Baptiste Falcon, which uses a series of perforated cards connected between them. It will be taken again in 1800 by Joseph Marie Jacquard, which will become famous with the Jacquard loom.
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