Green laser cuts diamonds

Jan. 3, 2006
January 3--Sarin has developed a new system for cutting diamonds using green laser

January 3--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.

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.

This information originally appeared at IsraCast (www.isracasta.com) Israeli Technology News.

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