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.
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.
Quite literally a press release: State Mints of Baden-Württemberg, producer of nearly half of the German euro coins, renew their machine park with four brand new minting presses from the Schuler Group.