Aluminum foil is made through a fairly complex industrial process in which raw aluminum alloy is melted down into a liquid. From here, it is rolled out and cooled to a desired thickness using rollers and by passing radiation through it to maintain a stable consistency and thickness. Rollers push out the liquid metal into sheets that are then dried and rolled up into the desire length. For normal household aluminum foil, two sheets that are less then .001 inches thick are bound together through another industrial process before they are cooled, packaged and sold.
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