Tag: Minting technology
On 1 January 2023, Croatia will change over to the euro. And while minting presses are producing the new coins at full speed, the Croatian Mint treats itself to something very special. It wants to bid farewell to the kuna with a bang and demonstrate its technical skills at the same time: Croatia mints the world’s smallest coin. A Look Behind the Scenes.
A pioneering new technology enables The Royal Mint to recover precious metals from discarded electronic devices such as mobile phones and laptops.
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.
Gräbener Pressensysteme was entered in the local commercial register in Siegen, Germany exactly 100 years ago, in October 1921. Today, the company enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide as a specialist for knuckle-joint and coin minting presses.
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.
The Technical Forum normally takes place during the World Money Fair in Berlin and is the leading conference for modern minting technology. This year the Technical Forum will happen online. Read here more about the topics of the second session and how to participate.
The Technical Forum normally takes place during the World Money Fair in Berlin and is the leading conference for modern minting technology. This year the Technical Forum will happen online. Read more about the topics of the first session and how to participate.
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