Workers inspired the industrial revolution that took us from man-powered operations to machinery. Granted, the machines and tools were crude, however, as time progressed change was rapid. From textile to farming, a transformation was noted as more and more societies became less dependent on other people and turned to machines that could lessen the workload. The printing press introduced by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440 replaced the tedious hand-written works which were used to mass produce religious texts such as the Bible, or the histories of the societies. The same changes took place in textile where weaving was done by the loom, no longer by hand. Today we now have a computerised frame structure machining Malaysia.