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Though inspired by Japanese paper origami forms, these birds are done in cast aluminum and tinted varying shades of sand and cream, and hung like classic mobiles.
The firm credited Fields with being the force behind Ford’s SYNC in-vehicle connectivity system, the aluminum-bodied F-150 and creation of Ford’s Palo Alto, Calif., research center.
Even though materials are getting lighter, with more use of aluminum and plastic composites, for example, cars generally are not.
Employees will be grilled on why the company shipped more than 20,000 tons of aluminum and copper products with fabricated inspection data to about 200 customers.
The watch is made of an aluminum unibody, a fancy word that means that the entire device is made of one piece, so there aren’t any cracks in between parts that will let water in.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, made of aluminum and glass, come in silver, space gray and gold colors.
An aluminum and carbon fiber construction is designed to keep future explorers of the Red Planet safe in the Martian environment and well-equipped for conducting research.
And while much has been made of Ford's use of aluminum for many of its trucks, the Steel Market Development Institute, the Rodeo's main sponsor, had ample opportunity to spread the message that steel's sticking around.
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