New York, NY (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
PhotoScribe's LMS excimer lasers are the industry standard for normal high contrast carbon inscription on diamond girdles. Increasingly, labs and brand owners have expressed interest in the ability to economically inscribe low contrast “invisible” inscriptions. To date, these inscriptions have required prohibitively expensive equipment for marking as well as a specialized optical set up and illumination to see the mark. For this reason, this capability has been limited to uses such as DeBeers’ ForeverMark®.
PhotoScribe's LMS650XS is able to inscribe BOTH high contrast carbon inscriptions as well as low contrast low carbon “invisible” inscriptions at an economical price for the first time. The LMS650XS gives labs and brand owners the ability to:
PhotoScribe’s low contrast inscription differs from Debeers’ ForeverMark® in that it is a slightly larger and deeper inscription and therefore does not require specialized optics and illumination to see. This allows visibility with jewelers’ standard microscopes and dark field illumination. David Benderly, President of PhotoScribe Technologies, states, "We are very excited about the latest revision of our laser system LMS-650XS. PhotoScribe prides itself by not only having the smallest excimer laser in the world but also having the most technically advanced system. We have made many upgrades in both hardware and software giving our customers greater capabilities and functionality of the system while significantly reducing the cost to inscribe a stone." For more information regarding this release, contact Brian Brogger at 763-219-1687 or bbrogger(at)photoscribetech(dot)com.
About PhotoScribe Technologies:
Founded in 1998, PhotoScribe Technologies is based in New York, NY. Used by all major diamond labs worldwide, the company’s “cold” excimer lasers have become the industry standard for diamond and gemstone inscription. In addition to designing and manufacturing of laser systems for diamond and gemstone inscription, PhotoScribe offers lasers for metal marking, equipment to measure light performance and symmetry of diamonds. For more information about PhotoScribe Technologies, email info(at)photoscribetech(dot)com or call 212-819-1177.