Tag: Coin industry
With its “Visual Die Protection” Schuler has developed an image-based monitoring system for dies that helps avoid expensive repairs, downtimes, or even total failures. How exactly this works was explained in an online seminar.
The UK’s largest private mint, The Commonwealth Mint, becomes part of the Heimerle + Meule Group. The German company aims at strengthening its market position as the British mint has much to offer.
Have you always wanted to see what goes on inside a mint? A film by the State Mints of Baden-Württemberg shows in a concise and vivid manner how Germany’s largest minting company produces coins.
The Royal Spanish Mint is famous for their latent image technology. The new 30 euro silver coin dedicated to The Ways of St. James illustrates this expertise featuring a quadruple latent image.
The State Central Bank of Colombia can now produce their own coin dies in-house by means of a complete package supplied by the German company LANG.
Schuler develops a new approach to blank production. The new Laser Blanking Line 2.18 does not require blanking dies.
After 37 years Schuler will deliver its 1000th high-performance minting press to the Bavarian State Mint. The 150-ton press not only produces bi-metal and tri-metal coins in a single operation but can also process translucent polymer rings as in the popular collector coins.