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Diamonds

Recreating nature’s miracle

The mining process of natural diamond has a big impact on the environment. In order to find the natural diamond, large excavations are needed. This means that a big part of the landscape gets destroyed. Therefore, we are using lab-grown diamond as the primary resource for our products which reduces our carbon footprint. Since our diamonds are produced in a laboratory under highly controlled circumstances, there are no excavations needed so there’s hardly any impact on the environment. In addition to this environmental damage, the world will eventually run out of natural diamonds to mine. Our diamonds are a sustainable resource and guarantee a conflict-free and socially responsible material.

Besides the environmental benefits of our lab-grown diamonds over nature diamonds, these diamonds are also benefitting our customers. The diamonds are grown to the necessary dimensions based on the end product. This means that there is very little waste of diamond. In addition, this makes it faster for us to process the diamond into the end product. Both of these advantages lower the costs of the products, resulting in a decrease of the selling price so this precious material will be affordable for a wide range of customers.

Recently we introduced you to the largest monocrystalline diamond plate ever made. This new technology for growing large volume diamonds has been combined with DD’s in-house  developed processing and mounting techniques. Using this unique combination, we want to put diamond on the market as an accepted and accessible engineering material. We offer you the possibility to come up with solutions with diamonds in areas which were unthinkable before.

The picture on the right shows a monocrystalline diamond wafer with a weight of 155 carats. Among other things, it is possible for us to make, for example, optical windows with a diameter of 30 mm or more out of this.

Due to an exclusive partnership, we are able to offer our own lab-grown diamonds. Therefore, we control the entire value chain. Because of this, our production capacity is increased and we are able to continue to develop our diamond materials.

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Dutch Diamond Technologies BV
Kovel 2, 5431 ST Cuijk, The Netherlands
Phone: 0031-485-321060
Fax: 0031-485-311642
PO Box 39
5430 AA, Cuijk, The Netherlands

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