| Andreas Bauer|| Engineer|
| December 27, 1860, Wurzburg, Germany|Andreas Friedrich Bauer Wikipedia
Andreas Friedrich Bauer (August 18, 1783 – December 27, 1860) was a German engineer who developed the first functional steam-powered printing press with his colleague Friedrich Koenig, who had invented the technology and sold it to The Times in London in 1814.
Born in Stuttgart, Bauer joined Koenig in 1817 to found Koenig & Bauer at the Oberzell monastery near Würzburg.
The table lists the maximum number of pages which the various press designs of Koenig & Bauer could print per hour, compared to earlier hand-operated printing presses: