Galen and I have been slowly working on this for a while.
We wanted a clean, vector version of the bonk label, but we couldn't agree on a size. So he threw this little program together which will generate a label in just about any size.
For this to print properly, you need to set your printer to landscape. Otherwise it'll be too short.
4/28/2009: Updated the file to fix some problems with the fonts.
4/29/2009: Fixed a bug that caused label generation to not work properly when printing two labels of the same color in a row.
11/16/2009: added soda and beer can sizes. Not 100% if the beer can will work with all brands, I think they're pretty much the same size but I don't really drink beer.
05/22/200: CRIT-A-COLA, baby! It's almost a week later than I said it'd be up, but Galen and I work on completely opposite schedules, so it's almost impossible to get anything coordinated. Changed some of the interface and the About information as well.
I'd recomend not downloading the file, and favoriting/bookmarking this page, since we're updating it regularly. Also, if you run into any problems, post here or e-mail Galen. E-mail is probably your best bet, though, since he's the tech guy here.
A year late, I know, but "overlap" is like...extra label space. It's there to make sure the label isn't too short, or has an awkward seam even if it's the right length. With overlap, you can also make the label into a removable tube and reuse it instead of permanently attaching it to the can.
BLU: RED: 1 red bull energy drink 1 red bull energy drink 1 5-hour energy drink 1 5-hour energy drink the green half of war heads double drops the red half of war heads double drops green pop rocks (watermelon) red pop rocks (straw berry)