Diamond technology since 1961
The fabrication of diamond tools for turning and milling, i.e. for machining non-ferrous metals, predominantly in the watch and jewellery industry, formed the beginning of our activities.
Machines that were produced in-house with optimal running smoothness and precise tools for cutting and finishing the diamonds soon perfected the manufacturing process and enabled us to produce tools with high demands on precision and cutting polish.
Picture: According to Rosiwal scale, a diamond has an abrasive hardness of 140 times of sapphire and ruby (corundum). THis explains why the cornea can be cut so smoothly with a perfectly grind diamond.