Thursday, February 02, 2006

First green laser to cut diamonds


The Israeli company Sarin, developer and manufacturer of precision diamond and gemstone production technology, has recently started shipping a new system for cutting diamonds using green laser.

Source: Isracast

The new system, called Quazer, is based on proprietary technology and features a number of important breakthroughs in the sawing, cutting and shaping of diamonds. Some of its unique advantages include minimal breakage and weight-loss on the cut or sawn stone and the ability to cut damage-prone "tension stones".
The Quazer system can also seamlessly integrate with Sarin's DiaExpert rough planning machine, DiaMark-Z laser marker and its "Advisor" software for mapping, analysis and laser marking of rough diamonds.

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