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Aluminum Can Design

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Aluminum Can Design

Aluminum can design is a process by which a beverage container is created from aluminum sheet stock. The process involves cutting, forming, and welding the aluminum sheet into a cylindrical shape with a lid and a bottom. The design may also include features such as a handle, a spout, or a pressure-relief valve. The aluminum can is then coated and printed with a logo or other design.

Aluminum can design, aluminum can fabrication, beverage container, aluminum sheet stock, beverage can.

Alexander Barclay

Aluminum Can Design

Aluminum can design is a subset of product design which is focused on creating and manufacturing aluminum containers for beverages, food, and other items. It involves the aesthetic, functional, and structural design of aluminum cans, while also considering factors such as usability, ergonomics, ergonomic design, production cost, materials selection, brand identity, sustainability, and user-friendliness. It is a complex design task which involves various engineering and art techniques, and requires an understanding of the technical and aesthetic aspects of the product.

Aluminum can design, packaging, product engineering, sustainability, ergonomics.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Aluminum Can Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 23, 2023)"

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