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Press Release: OGI Debuts Symmetry Leakage Technology

Apr 20, 2015 10:03 AM   By OGI Systems
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Press Release: OGI Systems Ltd. is excited to announce its worldwide breakthrough symmetry analysis and evaluation technology for polished diamonds -- the Symmetry Leakage. The technology can predict symmetry leakage in a single impression.  The company will launch Symmetry Leakage at the upcoming AGS International Conclave, April 22 to 25, at the Marriott New Orleans in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The Symmetry Leakage is an advanced technology for measuring the symmetry of polished diamonds according to the light reflection of the stone. The Symmetry Leakage brings the diamond grading system to a high-quality level of measurement. In only a few seconds, the system provides all symmetry parameters, facet points and grading results.

In addition, the Symmetry Leakage rates the diamonds based on its anatomical structure. This guarantees an objective observation. Because of this technology, gemologists no longer need to rate diamond symmetry.

The Symmetry Leakage  technology is currently in the final patent process.

This technology was developed after extensive research conducted in laboratories around the world. OGI Systems is continuously dedicated to the development of the most cutting-edge products and technologies that will continue to promote and improve the diamond industry.

About OGI Systems Group
Founded in 1990, OGI Systems Group is a leading global company for diamond and gemstone technology tools, providing smart solutions for every stage of the manufacturing, analyzing, grading and marketing process. OGI offers cutting-edge products for diamond dealers, diamond manufacturers, diamond retailers and gem labs.

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Tags: cutting, diamonds, leakage, OGI Systems, symmetry, technology
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