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Re: Weakly Struck Coins NO!!

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  • Mike Diamond
    The statement from Schuler contradicts what the nameless press operator told the OIG fellow as recounted in the Coin World article. Either the press operator
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 4 12:51 PM
      The statement from Schuler contradicts what the nameless press
      operator told the OIG fellow as recounted in the Coin World article.
      Either the press operator was handing the guy a line, the OIG person
      misinterpreted the information he was given, or the press operator
      was referring to another style press.

      The existence of "single stroke mode" might well be consistent with
      the production of short test runs consisting of "die trials".


      > > In automatic continuous run, the coining press works at full
      press
      > > force
      > > already at the first coining stroke, also during run-up. However,
      > it
      > > is
      > > common practice (at the State Mints) to carry out tests in single-
      > > stroke
      > > mode in advance to find out at which press force the optimal
      coining
      > > image is reached.
      > >
      > > We hope that this will answer your question.
      > >
      > > With best regards,
      > >
      > > Office Dieter Merkle/Alexander Gaiser/Michael Lang
      > > i.A. Iris Blickle                            
      > > Schuler Pressen GmbH & Co. KG
      > > Abt. Muenzeinrichtungen / Dept. Minting Equipment
      > > Bahnhofstr. 41                Tel.: +49-7161-66-212
      > > D-73033 Goeppingen        Fax:  +49-7161-66-659
      > > http://www.schulergroup.com     iris.blickle@s...
      > > ******************************************************************
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