Redesigned Geometric Coke Can Won’t Roll Off the Table

Posted By Ben Goulding, 24 September, 2009 | permalink

coke can design

Here’s a Coke can design concept that can’t roll off the table. For once, the can is not cylindrical, but instead it’s manufactured by a process called impact extrusion (aluminum is pressed at a high velocity into a mold), which forms geometric shapes. This makes it easier to grip, whilst being unable to roll off a table when placed on its side.

Unique for sure, but can you imagine these in the shops in years to come? Let us know.

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Blaine Bullman September 25, 2009

That is a really unique idea, that changes everything a can is, ROUND!!!!
It would be really cool to get one but I think it’s just something to talk about, cokes can’s will probably stay round.

Very interesting concept though.

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