Schultheiss GmbH is an engineering company in southwestern Germany near the gold town of Pforzheim. The company is a technological leader in the area of heating and casting equipment for the jewellery industry and precious metal. Our strong knowledge in vacuum casting technology further enables us to serve industrial customers to cast high-alloyed steel.
Our mission is to build the most innovative heating equipment for jewellery and precious metal manufacturing, providing you with the highest reliability in your daily operations and the best quality.
Our equipment, manufactured in Germany, is made of highest-quality components.
Together with our strong distribution and service partners, we are available to our customers wherever they are, in every time zone.
Schultheiss GmbH was founded by Georg and Rose Schultheiss in 1983. Andreas Schultheiss has become a Managing Director in 2010.
Schultheiss GmbH has grown continuously since its founding and now employs a large number of people in service, development, production and administration. We invest more in development for jewellery production than any other manufacturer of heating equipment. This is demonstrated by the size of our developments team and the number of our innovations.
Thanks in particular to our local distribution and service partners, we quickly determine your needs and fulfill them with either individual or general solutions.
Our products are protected by several international patents. We work closely with Rapid Shape GmbH in the area of 3D-printing of jewellery models for casting and mould making.
Alfons Schultheiss invented the first Vacuum Casting Machine with INRESA
Foundation of Georg-Schultheiss-Electronic in Engelsbrand
Moving into the newly built company facility in Friolzheim
Distribution of the first fully computerized VPC-system
Extension of the company building facility in Friolzheim
Development of large industrial RMC-systems
Start of cooperation with TNO for the fastest high precision DLP printer
Launch of the steel shell-casting unit (IVC Series) for series production under vacuum
Putting into service of a large automatic ingot production line (capacity 9.000 kg Silver / day)
Development of the induction-melting table (IMT Series)
Launch of VPC066 II gold & silver casting machine.
Launch of burnout furnaces RF II Series being ready for the internet of things.
Presentation of our new PPC Series.
Launch of our new software “process.net”.