The liquid aluminum is poured into molds that make them into large blocks of aluminum. The blocks are called ingots.
The ingots of aluminum are taken to a can-making factory. There, the aluminum ingots are melted into rolls of flat sheets of aluminum (similar to thick aluminum foil).
Ingots are also sold to manufacturers of aluminum products. These manufacturers melt the ingots down for molding into new products like: thumbtacks, pie pans, license plate frames and aluminum foil.