Assembly lines are the backbone of manufacturing all the shiny stuff we like to buy.

Here, each worker is assigned a repeated and repetitive task to in some way impact the product (like screwing in one specific section of bolts or sorting chocolates) before passing the item on to the next person, who performs their particular task and so on until the item is finished. It works almost like a workflow, ensuring that one action is completed before the next action can take place.

Assembly lines have been used throughout various industries, including textiles, automobiles, computers, appliances, and the war effort. We can do it!