Inside Alcoa's Largest U.S. Factory
If you've ever flown internationally, there's a good chance the wings, and large parts of the body on the plane, originated in Alcoa's massive 135 acre factory in Davenport, Iowa. Alcoa rolls out huge sheets of aluminum for Boeing 747 and Airbus A380 wings using the largest hot roller in the world.
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