ATM DISTRIBUTORS TYPE FRAMA.
The Swiss company
was the first that developed an ATMs or variable
value stamps distributor, tested in Switzerland in 1976
and really used from 1978.
distributors or automatic vending ATM machines type FRAMA can be found
at the moment in service in many countries world wide.
They are self
service and they work with coins. They are located generally in the outside
of the post offices (in the perimeter facades), but also they are possible
to be found in the lobby or in other public spaces, so that the user can
obtain the ATMs (stamps of variable
value) at any time.
exist, and its designations allow us to know its basic characteristics
the model FE 134 would indicate that it's a distributing Frama
type (F), electronic (E), with one groove to introduce the
coins (1), that accept 3 types or values of different coins (3)
and have 4 buttons to obtain programmed values (4).
ATM distributor used by the Swiss Posts.
distributors or vending machine series issued ATMs measuring
40 x 33 mm, printed in different red tonalities depending on the ink used.
The printing mall pillow included a fixed cliché with the name of
the country and a design and, sometimes, the machine number or identification.
The face value was printed with four wheels of digits.
As the design
was in the cliché, the base security paper had a neutral background
or, even, white.
a new model of FRAMA distributor (called Frama 2) has been
developed ; the printing mall pillow no longer include a fixed cliché,
but only wheels of digits. In this case the gummed security paper is pre-printed
with colourful designs and a lateral silver plated rectangle recognized
by the distributor for correct face value printing in black and cutting
manufacturers : Epelsa | Frama
| Klüssendorf | Mobba
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