Aluminium (sometimes called aluminum) is made from alumina, and coal, charcoal, or propane using a smelting furnace.
Aluminium is used to make many expensive land vehicles and the assembly line used to make them, the oil derrick, vehicle transmitter case, circuit board, aluminized brass case and fractional distillation stack.
It is also used in the making of the flattop griddle (along with 1000 grams of steel), the rubber umbrella, and is an ingredient in making the Great White Firework.
Using gas it takes 480g bauxite, 80g of soda, 107g coal and 29g propane to make 100 grams of aluminium.
Using only coal it takes 600g bauxite, 100g soda and 267g coal to make 100 grams of aluminium.
Using charcoal it takes 600g bauxite, 100g soda and 167g coal and 190g charcoal to make 100 grams of aluminium.