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Like many home appliances, the standing mixer has been downsized from its commercial predecessor. In the 1908, engineer Herbert Johnson was observing a baker mixing bread dough with a metal spoon, often dripping perspiration into the dough; Johnson became determined to create a sweatless mechanical mixing device. By 1915, his 80-quart Hobart mixer was standard equipment on all . Navy vessels, as well as in many commercial bakeries. Here are some examples of these commercial products:


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