Inventor David Findley has received a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a three-dimensional printing method that works to produce a diamond object through the use of a pre-ceramic polymer with a nanoparticle filler.
Forever Flawless will open a boutique on Thursday on the mall’s Level One near Express. The shop will sell the company’s skin care line that uses diamond powder as a base ingredient in all of its products, and offer in-store facials and samples.
Aerospace company Lockheed Martin has filed a patent for a new kind of 3D printer for synthetic diamonds, according to multiple sources.
The value of global rough diamond production fell for the first time in three years despite an increase in the volume of stones produced. Production volumes, however, rose 2.1 per cent to 127.4 million carats.
Synthetic diamonds are also great quality and difficult to distinguish with natural diamond just from the appearance, but there are still some ways. Diamond dealers can use a simple method to confirm the diamonds.
Alrosa is the latest diamond producer to record a decrease in rough production amidst what has been described as unfavourable market conditions.
Synthetic diamonds find an indispensable usage in myriad industrial applications such construction, computer chip production, oil and gas exploration, mining activities, stone cutting and polishing, and in surgeries.
According to industry sources, many small traders are quietly mixing the lab-cultured stones with natural diamonds and palming the consignment off to unsuspecting buyers.
With synthetic diamond technology being mature gradually, the application of diamond materials’ reinforced plastic in the field of aeronautic equipment is becoming more and more widely and deeply.
US aerospace giant Lockheed Martin has filed a patent for a new kind of 3D printer that could purportedly print objects of virtually any shape out of synthetic diamonds.
Revenue jumped to $191.4 million in the six months that ended June 30 versus $67.8 million a year earlier, the miner reported. The average selling price surged to $1,233 per carat from $340 per carat, while net income more than quadrupled to $63.3 million
All industries can make full use of the Internet to create new patterns. From this perspective, it would influence all industries, including diamond products industry.
The diamond industry is going through tough times. Traders and dealers, who are already facing a financial slump, are now forced to wage a war against those who rampantly 'mix' synthetic lab-grown diamonds with natural diamonds.
A company claims to have bested Corning's ultra-tough smartphone display tech with diamond-reinforced glass that's nearly four times as crack-resistant and seven times more scratch-proof than Gorilla Glass.
According to Mashable, the company figured how to create diamond-reinforced glass, with help of synthetic diamonds. AKHAN managed to apply a “nanometers-thin film of synthetic diamond.
Antwerp Diamond District is the area where 80% of the world’s diamond trade takes place. It is a small area. With 4 diamond stock exchanges and 1500 trading offices, this translates to a turnover of more than $ 42 billion a year.
A couple in the UK bought a dusty old chair for just 5 pounds only to discover years later diamond jewellery worth 5,000 pounds hidden inside it.
Chow Tai Fook is looking to supply diamonds to U.S. retailers as the jeweler seeks new revenue streams following a sales slump in China and Hong Kong.
The US government has finalized a deal to guarantee loans to Botswana’s diamond manufacturers through a $125 million credit agreement between Barclays Bank Botswana and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
The U.S. government has agreed to guarantee a $125 million loan to Botswana’s diamond manufacturing industry to promote local job creation and strengthen the nation’s economic growth.