Steel You Can See Through

Steel You Can See Through

Steel You Can See Through

October 1963…

About half the thickness of a human hair, the strip of tin plate at left is basically the same kind that protects your tomato juice. U.S. Steel scientists turned out this sample using a new rolling process. It can also be made opaque and may one day become commonplace for tin cans.

But how practical it would be to be able to distinguish peas from beans on the pantry shelf after your baby strips off the labels!

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