Agreement On Old Piece

[Citation required] Machine tools made possible by the American manufacturing system (attributed to Eli Whitney) in 1799, where workers could only really make one part – but make many copies – for subsequent assembly by others. [Citation required] The reality of the old English system was that handmade pieces rarely combined with the first attempt, and a single craftsman eventually had to revise all parts of a finished good. [dubious – discuss] [Citation required] In the early 19th century, the precision of machine tools meant that tuning parts were entirely manufactured for final assembly. [10] Some sectors where piecework is common are agricultural work, cable installation, call center, writing, editing, translation, truck driving, data entry, carpet cleaning, crafts, and manufacturing.