Diamond Foundry Diamonds - Plasma lab-made diamonds undetectable from mined diamonds

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Diamond Foundry Diamonds

Plasma lab-made diamonds undetectable from mined diamonds


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Want the luxury of diamonds without the blood? Do the words "impeccable origin" mean a lot to you?

Then check out Diamond Foundry which uses plasma reactor technology to create diamonds above-ground. Basically the plasma reactor creates plasma that is as hot as the sun's outer layers.

How the diamonds are "grown"

From the company website:

One by one, the atoms stack on top of a thin foundation of diamond... Atom by atom, it grows into a pure, jewerly-grade diamond of gem size.

Conceived by a founding team from Stanford, M.I.T. and Princeton, Diamond Foundry devised a way to use solar power technology to make a better diamond. The diamonds are made in California, which has some of the most liberal labor laws in the country.

In true California style, this company has a zero carbon footprint because they use -- you guessed it -- solar power credits.

Each diamond is a one-of-a-kind, unique and pristine diamond, just like mined diamonds but sans the blood and exploitation. I think the costs are similar. You can shop them at https://diamondfoundry.com/collections/diamonds


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http://diamondfoundry.com/


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Hi @teamhumble. Can you tell me why making diamonds using brand new solar plasma technology is not considered innovative engineering? They devised new engineering methods that solve old problems. Isn't that engineering innovation 😛
Not to mention they are on Fast Company's 2018 Most Innovative List 🙂

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