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Packaging Materials PKGSC 102 Metals Steel - non-beverage cans in the US - beverage cans in Europe - drums, strapping etc. Aluminum - beverage cans - trays - foil (bare or laminated) Textbook: - Chap. 7 covers Can making (Steel and Aluminum) - Chap. 14 pp.331-340, read for next time Metals - Cans Two Basic Types Three Piece 1. Rectangle formed into cylinder 2. Seal side seam of cylinder 3. Two metal circles rolled onto ends of cylinder Two Piece 1. Circle drawn into cup shaped cylinder 2. one circle needed for top (no side seam) Fig. 7.1 in Text Fig. 7.2 in Text 1
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Two Methods of Making 2 Piece Cans Drawn and Ironed (Aluminum or Steel)- allows thinner side walls Draw Redraw (Aluminum or Steel)- side walls have even thickness
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  • Spring '12
  • HeatherBatt
  • cans, Tin can, Tinning

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