1 Inch All Aluminium...
In 1944, Wilton Carlyle Dinges creates the Electrical Machine and Equipment Company (Emeco) and employs local steel workers. World War II brings a big uptick in business. Specifically, a government commission for a particular kind of chair. A chair to withstand the American Navy. In 1944, salvaged aluminum is plentiful. Methods to make it highly resistant are not. Which leads to The Process. 77 steps that turn ordinary aluminum, extraordinarily strong.1006 Navy Chair is born. Sturdy. Smart. Essentially the backbone and DNA of every chair Emeco will ever make. And what works for one demanding environment will eventually suit many, many others.
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