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by Joachim Schult

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ISBN:
0800821041
Author:
Joachim Schult
Language:
English
Publisher:
Taplinger Pub. Co; 1st edition (1974)
Pages:
139 pages
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As early as 1936, inventors were applying for patents on self-opening can designs, but the technology of the time made these inventions impractical. Later advancements saw the ends of the can made out of aluminum instead of steel. In 1962, Ermal Cleon Fraze of Dayton, Ohio, invented the integral rivet and pull-tab (also known as rimple or ring pull), which had a ring attached at the rivet for pulling, and which would come off completely to be discarded.