Agenda: New upcoming Technologies in Diamond Manufacturing from LEXUS

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Total 12 companies in Windhoek Namibia attended the special knowledge conference @ Ankit gems Namibia.

Some of them are:
  • Ankit Gems
  • Diacore
  • Dus Diamonds
  • Parishi Diamonds
  • StarRays
  • M Suresh
  • Kappu Gems
  • Grand View Diamonds
  • KGK Diamonds
  • Finestar Diamonds

Agenda: Factory visits of the Director Mr. Utpal Mistry

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Star Rays Botswana personal training program More Photos


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Aurostar personal training program More Photos


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KGK Factory visit of the Director Mr. Utpal Mistry More Photos


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Common Conference for all in Botswana for new upcoming technologies More Photos

Agenda: Knowledge sharing to improve Fancy Cut Diamond planning

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Jay and Raju Bhai discussing about the fancy shape light performance. And Kapu gems team are asking how to get better performing diamond and how to incresase M-Box speed

The conference started with:
  • Discussion on how we can obtain most profitable solution and what are the criteria to be taken care while planning.
  • How can we control slope angles for fancies using Smart Anycut.
  • Uses and benefits of Digital adaptive lights on M-Box.
  • How can we improve plotting speed on M-Box with the help of Digital Adaptive lights?
  • How to consistently reproduce good performance diamonds using Galahad.
  • How to Judge grading color as well as face up color
  • Comparison between M-Box cavity plotting and X-ray cavity plotting and discussed how X-ray is more accurate then M-box.
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light

Agenda: Knowledge sharing to improve Fancy Cut Diamond planning

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Utpal explained the advantage of using GoodWin and HPC-AnyCut to M. Suresh’s team

The conference started with:
  • Why the manufacturing team and the Mumbai sales office are not on the same page while communicating about Fancy Cut diamond’s look?
  • Understanding ASET color representation. Why ASET image cannot completely define optical look of a diamond?
  • Why rectangular parameter limits cannot be used to define optical performance of a diamond? Why simple 2D charts are also not sufficient?
  • How GoodWin and SMART AnyCut can be used to achieve an optimum solution with the best possible make, while receiving high yield?
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • How CutwiseLive unit can be used to communicate within the team and stay on the same page while using the same language?
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance, while checking the Lab grade color and table up color, to select most profitable and sellable solution.
  • How the planned solution can be reproduced using GALAHAD Compass?
  • Upload final polish diamond DiBox2.0 data to evaluate optical performance, and make the data available for prospective buyers.

Agenda: Planning and Manufacturing Guideline for high-performance Fancy cuts and Value addition while planning

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Nilesh explained how SMART AnyCut works to evolve the Fancy Shape diamond planning

The conference started with:
  • How Fancy Cut diamonds are graded? What are the criteria that need to be considered for manufacturing best performing Fancy cut diamonds?
  • How to use GOODWIN Cut with HPC AnyCut?
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • Discuss the parameter range for RBC and Fancy cut diamond.
  • Introduction to CutwiseLive unit, a useful instrument to communicate with sellers as well as with the buyers.
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance.

Agenda: Planning and Manufacturing Guideline for high-performance Fancy cuts and Value addition while planning

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Nanjibhai interacting with Nilesh

The conference started with:
  • Understanding ASET image. Why a diamond with a weaker ASET image can still offer better optical performance?
  • Use of ASET only during new Cut design. Why it cannot be used for judging the optical performance of a diamond?
  • How AGS ASET is different from GIA grading system? Understanding FACETWARE and parameter guide charts.
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • Understanding how different parameters influence the overall optical performance of a diamond.
  • Understanding the optical performance of a diamond while viewing it from different directions and different distances.
  • How to maximize weight recovery and improve Diamond performance using GoodWin and HPC AnyCut software? How GoodWin is different from ASCII?
  • Introduction to CutwiseLive unit, a useful instrument to communicate within the team.
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance.

Agenda: Introduction of Carbon Planning platform to improve Optical performance of Fancy cut diamonds, and at the same time improve the yield

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Utpal & Nilesh discussed various aspects of planning with Nikunj, Sanjay and Shivam’s team.

The conference started with:
  • Why GoodWin is required? How it is different from ASCII?
  • What are the current challenges while planning a high performance Fancy Cut diamonds in a rough piece? How to stay consistent?
  • What are the challenges faced in communication between the sales team and manufacturing team?
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • Common language under repeatable environment. Solution thru CutwiseLive.
  • Understanding AGS ASET, and decode the color representation.
  • What is Light leakage in diamonds and how it can be reduced?
  • How using GoodWin cut and HPC AnyCut one can improve the quality of diamonds manufactured, at the same time improve yield?
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance.

Agenda: How to use SMART AnyCut and GALAHAD Compass to improve output?

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Nilesh, from Lexus, explains the Optical performance characteristics of a polished diamond.

The conference started with:
  • Criteria defining the look of a polished diamond. What should the manufacturing team consider while cutting excellent cut diamonds?
  • Discussion on parameter range of RBC and fancy cut diamonds.
  • How to plan a maximum yielding diamond using GoodWin cut and HPC AnyCut?
  • How GoodWin is different from ASCII?
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • How using a combination of Galahad and AnyCut, one can simplify the manufacturing process?
  • Introduction to CutwiseLive unit, a useful instrument to communicate with Mumbai sales office, to stay on the same page.
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance.

Agenda: How to improve Fancy Cut diamond Planning, maximizing the mass recovery, while optimizing the cut for best optical performance?

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Hitesh from Dharmanandan Diamonds motivated the team to stretch their limits

The conference started with:
  • Pushing solutions in a high-value rough diamond to the next size limit
  • Introduction to the different parameters that affect the overall performance of diamonds.
  • What is leakage of light in diamonds and how can it be reduced?
  • How to plan a maximum yielding diamond using GoodWin cut and HPC AnyCut? How GoodWin is different from ASCII? Which parameters can be controlled in GoodWin?
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • How using a combination of Galahad and AnyCut one can simplify the manufacturing process of Diamond? How effectively Galahad can be used for polishing fancies?
  • While CutwiseLive unit is already used by DDPL’s sales team, how it can be used by the manufacturing team, and create the correct communication language.
  • Uploading solutions on Cutwise Cloud to objectively assess diamond’s optical beauty.

Agenda: Planning and Manufacturing Guideline for high-performance Fancy cuts and Value addition while planning Fancy Shape diamonds:

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Nilesh from Lexus is answering questions from Star Rays’ senior planning team.

The conference started with:
  • What are the difficulties faced in communication between the sales team and the manufacturing team?
  • How can they use the same language while discussing the plan to be executed?
  • What is leakage of light in diamonds and how can it be reduced?
  • How to plan a maximum yielding diamond using GoodWin cut and HPC AnyCut? What is GoodWin? How it is different from ASCII file format?
  • How using the combination of Galahad and AnyCut one can simplify the manufacturing process of Diamond?
  • Introduction to CutwiseLive unit, a useful instrument to communicate without adding to confusions and conflicts.
  • How to judge solution grading colour & face up colour using DZ Light
  • Introduction to Cutwise Cloud for objectively assessing diamond’s optical performance.

Agenda: Planning And Manufacturing Guideline For High-Performance Fancy Cuts And Value Addition

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The conference covered the following subjects:
  • WHY this new knowledge was required?
  • WHAT are the current challenges?
  • How these challenges could be overcome?

Click the following links to find more...

PRESENTATION – Click Here
Semi Polish – Example 1 | Example 2
Rough Colorless – Example 1
Fancy Color – Example 1