Here's The Reason Why The Soda Can is Designed The Way It Is [VIDEO]
Apr 15, 2015 13:25
Why does your soda or beer can look the way it does? There's actually a very good engineering explanation for this. The University of Illnois' Bill Hammack aka The Engineer Guy explains all of this in this video below:
The can's cylindrical shape optimizes stacking and shipping potential.
It begins as a small circle of metal, and is then punched into a tiny cup.
It is then pushed through a series of redrawn dies until it reaches its proper width.
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