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As Small Stones Take Over, Sarine Launches New Rough Planning Software

Small diamonds comprise nearly a quarter of all stones processed by Sarine
Sarine Galaxy Service Center
Credit: Sarine Technologies

Israel-based diamond tech company Sarine is launching a new rough planning software “specifically designed for very small stones,” IDEX Online reports.

 

Sarine diamond Technologies software
Credit: Sarine Technologies

 

According to Sarine, small diamonds now represent a “vast segment” of the market. In 2018, Sarine’s Galaxy inclusion scanning systems scanned 120,000 rough stones under 0.15 carats, while in 2021 that figure was 7 million and “nearly a quarter of all stones processed.”

 

Sarine diamond technologies offices
Credit: Sarine Technologies

 

In a press release, Sarine said that the software, Advisor 8.0, incorporates more than 20 new features. David Block, Sarine’s CEO said: “We are delighted to introduce the newest and most advanced ever version of Advisor. It will improve yield, accelerate productivity and enhance the overall value of our industry-leading core midstream offerings.”



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