How are biscuit tins made?

Curious Cat, an animated cat, asks two children if they’d like to find out how biscuit tins are made. Curious Cat shows the children footage of iron ore being mined, before sending them off to a steel works. An expert shows them piles of rock in the raw materials yard and explains how a blast furnace works. The children observe the iron being turned into steel in a B.O.S. plant. Next, they watch the solid steel being rolled and shaped into coils. The guide then takes the children to a biscuit tin factory where they see the steel cut, printed and shaped into biscuit tins. The children take their own biscuit tins back to the classroom and tell Curious Cat everything that they've learned.

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