A rough diamond turns into polished in the result of a multitude of complex and laborious operations, and none of them may be called secondary. The process of making a polished diamond is constantly being perfected, although its principal stages – the manufacturing operations – remain traditional. These are: marking the rough, sawing, bruiting, cutting and polishing, boiling, sorting and grading. Each rough diamond, in the course of turning into a polished one, passes through these benchmarks.

Marking is performed by qualified and experienced specialists, perfectly knowing the entire polished diamond processing chain. Most contemporary technologies and equipment are used during the process of marking: computer aided marking systems capable of creating 3D models of a diamond have come to assist the marking specialist, offering most cost-effective variants of rough utilization. These systems substantially ease the work of the man, and advance the forecast and planning precision.



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