Manufacturing 1.0 is the first generation of manufacturing technology, which is characterized by the use of manual labor and traditional tools and machines. It is labor-intensive and relies on manual processes and physical tools to produce goods. Manufacturing 1.0 is characterized by low levels of automation, limited use of computers, and limited access to data. It is also characterized by a lack of communication between machines and workers, and a lack of integration between different processes. Manufacturing 1.0 is being replaced by more advanced technologies such as Manufacturing 2.0 and 3.0, which are characterized by increased automation, computerization, and data-driven processes.