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Alcoa Inc.
A global leader in lightweight metals technology, engineering and manufacturing, Alcoa innovates multi-material solutions that advance our world.
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 4
Alcoa supplies 3 billion fasteners/yr. to aircraft makers. Maria makes sure they are top notch.
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Fortune Sep 3
Alcoa makes a big bet on 3D printing
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
What happens when $AA’s mfg. expertise combines with ? Ampliforge process, our newest game changer.
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
Combining traditional processes & , Ampliforge will create stronger 3D-printed parts#aerosapce
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
John Butler describes the magic of Alcoa's Micromill technology at event. Learn more
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Megan Healey Sep 3
. announces expansion in Westmoreland Co. that will create 90 new :
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
CEO said investment strengthens $AA’s leadership, ability to meet fast-growing demand for aero parts
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
What’s new at ? Traditional manufacturing meets . Find out how!
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
Transforming powder to parts: w/expansion of ATC Alcoa will make advanced metal powders for
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
With $AA’s Ampliforge process, expertise in traditional mfg. meets innovation of
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
Additive manufacturing is taking off at Alcoa with ATC investment
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
CEO: “Alcoa is investing in the next generation of 3D printing for aerospace and beyond”
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Alcoa Inc. Sep 3
Meet Katie a chem engineer at our aerospace fasteners unit
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Kawneer Aug 31
Our Tanya Dolby helps design protective glazing solutions as a Product Engineer for Kawneer.
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 31
thanks for the history! No matter spelled aluminum or aluminium it's infinitely recyclable. 75% made since 1888 still in use
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 31
Ella, a Developmental Metallurgist in our Birmingham, UK, operations, creates aerospace alloys.
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 31
Alcoa has several UK operations providing multiple parts for , including for the fuselage, wings and engine.
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 25
Karin evaluates global markets for Alcoa. Happy to have Karin in our engineering ranks!
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 24
Nezz works in Alcoa's refining operations in Australia. Yes, a career and family is possible.
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Alcoa Inc. Aug 24
True, Alcoa began lightweighting automobiles with aluminum in 1901.
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