Fabrica vel officina est situs industrialis, qui plerumque in aedificio machinisque, vel usitatius in multis aedificiis consistit, ubi operarii mercimonia fabricantur, vel machinas operantur, alias res in alias commutantes. Fabricae machinamento aetate conversionis industrialis introducto ortae sunt.[1] Ricardus Arkwright (1732–1792), inventor Anglicus, primum fabricae hodiernae exemplar excogitavisse habetur.

Fabrica Volkswagen Wolfsburgi in Germania
Fabrica historica Solnae in Slovacia refecta. Ramenta flammifera fabricabatur. Aedificium primum anno 1915 exstructum est pro societate Wittenberg and son.
Aditus armamentarii Veeticil. Pictura a Canaletto anno 1732 facta.
Pars interior molae aquaticae ad Lyme Regis (saeculo quarto decimo).
Fabrica Cromfordiana ut hodie videtur.
Robota industrialia panem aliosque cibos in pistrino in Germania tractant.
Fabrica Highland Park Ford circa 1922.
Operarius fabrilis Arce Vorthensi in Texia annis 1940.

Pinacotheca recensere

Nexus interni

Notae recensere

  1. Landes 1969.

Bibliographia recensere

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Bibliographia addita recensere

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  • Twomey, D. F. 2006. "Designed emergence as a path to enterprise." Emergence, Complexity & Organization 8 (3): 12–23.
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Nexus externi recensere

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  • "Mill." 1911. Encyclopaedia Britannica, ed. Hugh Chisolm, vol. 18.
  • Case, Bob, John Dodge, et Horace Dodge. 2010. Henry Ford and Innovation. The Henry Ford.
  • Dickens, Phill, Michael Kelly, et John R. Williams. 2013. "What are the significant trends shaping technology relevant to manufacturing?" Government Office for Science UK. PDF.
  • Fishman, Charles. 2017. "The Future of Zero-Gravity Living Is Here." Smithsonian Magazine, Iunius. Editio interretialis.
  • "What Are Industrial Sheds?" Asset Building.