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Industrial Revolution Applied advance (Civ2).png Machine Tools is an Advance in Civilization II.

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One of the most important steps in the move toward industrialization was the ability to precisely shape or "machine" solid metal into a desired form. Through mechanical, chemical, and other means, machine tools mold and shape raw materials into precision parts for complex machinery. The first machine tool, a horizontal boring device, was produced in the late 1700's. The development of measuring devices accurate within a millionth of an inch allowed for the mass production of items with interchangeable parts. The technology of the 20th century has produced computer-controlled machine tolls that can be adapted to a wide variety of applications. The speed and accuracy of these machines allowes for the economical mass production of extremely complex products.

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Civilization II Advances
Ancient

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Renaissance

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Industrial

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Modern

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