Cash Cycle Specimen (2010)
 

KBA-NotaSys Specimen

Security printing technology, challenges and threats are constantly evolving. To demonstrate the performance of our equipment, and our know-how in banknote design, we have produced many specimen banknotes over the years. Each one demonstrates a symbolic step forward in technology and competence.

 

  • Pegasus / 1959
    Simultan printing (5 colours, 3 front and 2 reverse)Pegasus Specimen (1959)
  • Shakespare / 1962
    High quality 3 colour Intaglio printingShakespare Specimen (1962)
  • Pushkin / 1978-1981
    Offset Simultan in super size format with 8 wet colours, plus 3 colour IntaglioPushkin Specimen (1978)
  • Castiglione / 1984
    4 colour offset Orlof + 1 wet colourCastiglione Specimen (1984)
  • Gutenberg / 1986
    Orlof offset and Intaglio on a combined machineGutenberg Specimen (1986)
  • Castiglione v2 / 1989
    Printed on 4 colour Super Orlof IntaglioCastiglione Specimen v2 (1989)
  • Amerbach / 1990
    Study on deep Intaglio engraving (up to 320 microns)Amerbach Specimen (1990)
  • Gutenberg v2 / 1994
    Sample of foil application process on the OptiNota H and silkscreen application of OVI® ink on the NotaScreenGutenberg Specimen v2 (1994)
  • Leonardo da Vinci / 2000
    Printed for Le Mont 2000 world-wide demonstration on a complete production line comprised of: Super Simultan 212 / NotaScreen / OptiNota H / Super Orlof Intaglio / Super Check Numerota / CutPack II / NotaCheck II / CutCheck / ErgoSysLenoardo Da Vinci Specimen (2000)
  • Lord Byron / 2003
    Intaglio print using plates produced with the CTiP laser engraving systemByron Specimen ( 2003)
  • Jules Verne / 2004
    Printed for the Banknote Horizons world-wide demonstration on a new production line comprised of: Super Simultan IV / NotaScreen / OptiNota H / Super Orlof Intaglio / Super Numerota / NotaCheck III / CutPak III / NotaProtector / ErgoSysVerne Specimen (2004)
  • Jules Vernes vertical position / 2007
    Produced using the OPTI-Windows window cut and lamination moduleVerne Vertical Specimen (2007)
  • 2D-Iris / 2008
    Produced using the new 2D-Iris Super Simultan IV module2D-Iris Specimen (2008)
  • Cash Cycle / 2010
    To demonstrate the link between the cash cycle and banknote engineeringCash Cycle Specimen (2010)
  • Flower Power / 2010
    High performance registration offset printing on Super Simultan IVFlower Power Specimen (2010)