The extruder originated in the 18th century. The manual piston extruder manufactured by Joseph Bramah (England) in 1795 for making seamless lead pipes is considered to be the world's first extruder. Since then, during the first 50 years of the 19th century, the extruder was basically only suitable for the production of lead pipes, macaroni and other food processing, brick and ceramic industries. In the course of development as a one-of-a-kind manufacturing method, the first to be clearly documented was the patent for the production of Goodyear rubber wire with an extruder applied by R. Brooman in 1845. H. of Goodwave Corporation Bewlgy subsequently improved the extruder, and in 1851 the British M. Gray obtained the first body using an Archimedes spiral screw extruder. In 1851 it was used for the copper wire of the first submarine cable placed between Dover and Calais. patent. In the next 25 years, the expansion method became increasingly important, and the electric manual-operated extruder quickly replaced the previous manual extruder. In 1935, German machinery manufacturer Paul Troestar produced an extruder for thermoplastics. In 1939 they developed plastic extrusion to a present stage-the stage of modern single screw extruder.