Table of Contents Description of a Zipper How the Zipper came to be The Different Works of the Zipper
Paragraph 1: Description/Materials Have a part called teeth Teeth keep the material together Teeth have a raised dome Have one slider Slider pulls the teeth together Teeth Slider
Paragraph 1: Description/Materials Usually metal slider Usually metal teeth Plastic is a less common zipper material
Paragraph 2: Invention of the Zipper First form was Clasp Locker invented by Whitcomb Judson (1891) Gideon Sundback invented the Modern Day Zipper from previous works of Elias Howe, Max Wolff, and Whitcomb Judson
Paragraph 2: Invention of the Zipper Zippers were invented as a substitute of hooks and buttons There are many different types of zippers Like these
Paragraph 3: The Different Works of the Zipper Elias Howe invented the Automatic Continuous Closing Closure in 1851. Whitcomb Judson invented the Clasp Locker in 1891. Gideon Sundback invented the Modern Day Zipper in 1913.
Paragraph 3: The Different Works of the Zipper Slide slider up to close Slide slider down to open
Conclusion Zippers are a very interesting topic to research because it is very helpful, and we use them everyday.
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