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Andreas Friedrich Bauer

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Name  Andreas Bauer

Role  Engineer
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Died  December 27, 1860, Wurzburg, Germany

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.

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Born in Stuttgart, Bauer joined Koenig in 1817 to found Koenig & Bauer at the Oberzell monastery near Würzburg.

Printing capacity

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:

References

Andreas Friedrich Bauer Wikipedia


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