Dharmaj Technologies Introduces laser cutting machine for diamonds

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Dharmaj Technologies has launched the ‘Triumph’ Laser Cutting machine.

The new 'Triumph non-stop' offers many new features and enhancements, including 50% additional production with a single laser diode. Its salient features include: No requirement of UV Glue and no detachment problem during the cutting process; Multi top & Pie sawing in single stick; User-friendly software; and a robust and vibration-free frame structure. These features increase productivity.

Developed in line with the company's firm belief that 'Quality Changes the World' the new Triumph reliable structure is designed for many applications of diamond processing.

Its ten features include: multi sawing, pie sawing, normal sawing, curve fancy shape, squares fancy shape, customized fancy shape, four-p/coning, CVD poly cut, slice cutting/CVD seed, and drilling. 

Founder & Partner of Dharmaj Technologies, Mr. Prakash Rakholia said, “Lab-grown diamond cutting & shaping was never easy before this. The new Triumph machine is ecofriendly, highly efficient and yields more production. Lab-grown diamonds are gradually increasing in demand with the growth of natural diamonds too. Customers are accepting lab-grown diamonds in a positive way not only in India but all over world. Therefore, more production is needed and we are ready with the new Triumph and its multi-features. Triumph is made for both natural and lab-grown diamonds. Not only will this system satisfy demand, but there will also be an indirect increase in jobs. With the minimal capital investment, more production will be achieved.”

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