Metal Drawing is a process that entails pulling a thin metal plate through a die. In the case of metal cans, the challenge becomes a deep drawing as the workpiece is drawing longer than its diameter.
After reviewing many factors of the final design and shape (Ergonomie, packing factor, and others)
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And the last point: modern cans may want to use steel instead of aluminum, for its ability to be automatically sorted (electromagnet) for recycling.