skip to main content
IDI Launches Rock en’Roll Campaign
the israel diamond industry logo

Tech Company Develops New Diamond Laser-Inscription

The new PermaScribe can apply an inscription within any area of the faceted diamond
white diamonds polished diamond
Credit: Byjeng / shutterstock.com

PhotoScribe Technologies, a US based tech company, has launched a new product that promises laser inscriptions below the diamond’s surface that “cannot be removed without dramatically altering the stone,” IDEX Online reports.

 

Israel international diamond week
Credit: 3photographers

 

According to PhotoScribe Technologies, the subsurface technology used was developed some years ago but was “a solution looking for a problem”. The new PermaScribe product “can apply an inscription within any area of the faceted diamond – either visible or invisible under 10x loupe”, according to the report.

 

round polished diamonds display
Credit: Almarina / shutterstock.com

 

In a press release, the company said: “The recent emergence of synthetic diamonds and a growing concern about counterfeiting have spurred an increase in demand for a solution (to tracking diamonds). For the lab-grown diamond industry, there’s a need for visible subsurface permanent identification that can be seen through a 10x loupe.”



Tags: Diamonds News, Jewelry News, Diamond Industry News, Diamond Jewelry News, Technology News

More News