Did you know, that diamonds get more beautiful after cutting with lasers?
Diamonds were always popular particularly when they are very big and of a brilliant surface. Yet, the bigger the rough diamond, the bigger the risk of destroying it during cutting.
Lasers have been used for sawing, kerfing, bruting and shaping of diamonds since the early 1990s. Diamond cutting is the art, and increasingly the science, of producing a faceted gem from a rough stone.
After analysing and scanning the raw gem, a laser is used to perform the computerised cut. The function of the laser lamp is to pump energy into the laser rod, the output is then amplified in the laser resonator to produce a coherent laser beam.
For diamond cutting, CW lamps are the preferred option because they are ideal for high beam quality and a seamless, high-quality cut. Heraeus Noblelight has started to serve the global diamond processing industry since its origin and until today is the market leader in this field due to quality and service.
Lamps from Heraeus in Cambridge are reliable and of high quality. This helps to minimise weight loss and breakage.
Dr. Marie-Luise Bopp
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
D-63450 Hanau, Germany
Phone: +49 (0) 6181 35-8492
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Dr. Marie-Luise Bopp | Heraeus Noblelight GmbH
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