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Birth of a Spray-Can

Spray-can Production | You all know how it looks when paint sprays out of a nozzle and what talented people can create with that high pressure technique. But have you ever wondered how a spray-can gets produced?

Spray-can producer Montana Cans came up with the idea (the concept is by Ruedi One!) to showcase some details of their entire spray-can production line, which gives us the possibility to get to know how the paint comes into the cans…

The camera follows the process starting with the mixing of the paint and ending with adding the nozzles and boxing the cans. This small documentary shows us, that just a few people have to work to get loads of cans ready and that there’s no real hocus-pocus behind it all – just some big, specialized machines.

Via bigod.net.

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