The trend lately has shifted towards usage of thin wall and ultra-thin wall substrates. This change has come to existence due to the increased acting surface area available in these substrates. However these types of substrates have reduced isostatic strength comparatively, reducing its canning durability. This phenomenon has induced a new canning methodology which shall not disturb the substrate integrity during canning and also perform effectively to the requirements. This can be achieved by controlled canning which includes a huge investment and so a new methodology has been devised using the available resources and a partial controlled canning process is established and verified for canning performance and found to be effective. The paper shall include the procedural explanation and a set of results obtained by the new methodology to support its effectiveness.