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New Diamond Technology Introduced at JCK Show

By JCK Staff
Posted on May 25, 2011
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Technology companies will be introducing new devices at the JCK Show in Las Vegas.

GemEx Systems is offering ION, a new service that lets jewelers offer “personalized diamonds” by precision marking a stone’s girdle and table. The inscription is 1/500th the size of a human hair and does not affect the stone’s 4C characteristics. 

The new program includes reduced pricing for table inscriptions, customized Holographic Diamond Viewers (HDV) to display the inscriptions, and five cubic zirconia ION samples for demonstrations with retail customers.    

OGI Systems will introduce its Scanox HD and MEGAFire systems.

The Scanox HD system uses a high-resolution digital camera to provide a 3D model, which the company calls “the sharpest and clearest diamond image possible.” It includes innovative multi-lenses that provide consistency in diamond measurement.

The system is designed to be used by labs that require maximum accuracy during the scanning process of the diamond, the company said.

MEGAFire analyzes and evaluates the light reflection of the diamond using Ray-Tracing Technology. This tool can be used to sort stones according to their light-reflecting properties.

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