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.
Heidelberger Münzhandlung presents a new testimony to the active cooperation between China and Germany: a pattern of the Dragon Dollar for Yunnan, produced with German minting presses.
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.