Month: January 2017

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January 2017

Advisor 6.0 New Feature: Scoop Planning

Advisor™ is Sarine’s flagship rough planning software product, and the most widely used program of its type. Since its initial development and launch in 1995, the Advisor program, together with the Galaxy™ inclusion mapping system, has become a staple software for diamond manufacturers worldwide. We’re launching the first product post of the Diamond Tech blog […]

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01
January 2017

Diamonds in Other Industries: Beyond Jewelry

Today, diamonds are giving the fields of mathematics and science a new makeover. With advanced research into the properties of diamonds, their use in other industries is constantly increasing.  More affordable, synthetic diamonds make industrial diamonds an affordable option for industrial use. Moreover, the diverse properties of diamonds, including low acoustic absorption, high electromechanical coupling coefficient […]

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01
January 2017

The Evolution of Diamond Technology

Welcome to the Diamond Tech blog. Here, we’ll keep you updated once a month with news and tips about Sarine diamond manufacturing products, and also the latest news from the world of diamond processing and technology. To get started, check out the following video, an exploration of diamond production technology through the ages and until […]

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January 2017

Exploring DiaMobile™ XL: Portable inclusion scanning device for diamond tenders

Attend a diamond tender anywhere in the world, and you’ll see numerous Sarine DiaMobile™ XL machines at work. DiaMobile XL is a rough scanning device that works in conjunction with Sarine Advisor™ software, offering instant rough planning that enables diamond manufacturers and traders to effectively price rough diamonds during tenders. What makes DiaMobile XL such […]

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January 2017

Diamonds in China: The New Diamond Retail Market

The ‘yen’ for diamonds, mainly for engagements, is a Western concept. It began in the US with a genius marketing campaign by DeBeers, and carried on through popular Hollywood culture, until diamonds really were considered a “girl’s best friend”.

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