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1 June 2023

Ensuring Precision in Diamond Counting: An Extensive Q&A Guide

The diamond industry, known for its precision and meticulous operations, has long been grappling with challenges in accurately counting gemstones. With the advent of DATA’s innovative diamond counting machine, the industry is poised for a transformation. The aim of this document is to provide comprehensive insights into the workings of this groundbreaking technology and how it can bring about significant improvements in efficiency and accuracy for businesses dealing with precious stones. Through a series of questions and answers, we aim to help potential customers understand the benefits and functionality of the diamond counting machine, how it can be integrated into their existing operations, and what results they can expect.


Q1: How can DATA’s diamond counting machine help improve accuracy in counting gemstones, and why is accuracy so important in this industry?

A1: DATA’s diamond counting machine, leveraging proprietary ICI technology, counts diamonds in real-time as they free-fall through the detection unit. This technology replaces weight-based estimates with a highly accurate count, eliminating costly inaccuracies that come with traditional counting methods. In an industry where each stone holds significant value, ensuring accurate counts is paramount to avoid substantial financial losses and maintain operational efficiency.


Q2: What is the capacity of the diamond counting machine? How does this translate into efficiency for my business?

A2: The diamond counting machine is capable of counting up to 180,000 stones per hour, making it highly efficient and capable of handling high volumes of stones. This translates into increased productivity and throughput for your business, as the machine’s high speed reduces the time spent counting, allowing employees to focus on other essential tasks.


Q3: Will this machine work for smaller gemstones or those of irregular shapes? How does the machine ensure accuracy with various stone sizes?

A3: Yes, the diamond counting machine offers unprecedented flexibility. It’s capable of counting a wide range of diamond and gem sizes, including small and irregularly shaped stones. The machine’s technology uses 360° image processing to accurately count each individual gem, regardless of its size or shape, ensuring that each stone is accounted for in the process.


Q4: How can the diamond counting machine help streamline operations? What impacts will this have on the overall workflow?

A4: By automating high-speed bulk counting, the machine can significantly increase the throughput of any department that requires accurate counting of small objects. This ultimately enhances operational efficiency by reducing time spent on manual counting and minimizing human error. The machine’s ability to quickly and accurately count a large volume of stones can significantly accelerate your production or sorting process, thereby improving the overall workflow.


Q5: We have limited workspace, will the machine be difficult to accommodate? What are the space requirements for setting up the machine?

A5: No, DATA’s diamond counting machines are designed with small footprints, making them easy to deploy in various workspaces, even those with limited space. The machine’s compact design doesn’t compromise its efficiency or accuracy, allowing you to reap the benefits of accurate diamond counting without needing a large dedicated space. The specific space requirements would depend on the specific model of the machine, but overall, they are designed to be accommodating to various work environments.


Q6: How have other companies in the industry benefited from this machine? Could you provide some examples?

A6: Industry leaders like EZ Diamonds and Herbert Stephan KG have reported significant improvements after adopting this technology. They’ve highlighted benefits like greater accuracy in counting, substantial cost savings, and ease of integration into existing operations. For instance, EZ Diamonds reported that after testing DATA’s diamond counter machine for a few days, they found it to be the exact solution they needed for counting their diamonds. Similarly, Herbert Stephan KG experienced significant savings within

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