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Diamond Wire Saw Machining ABSTRACT The process monitoring and mechanics of fixed abrasive diamond wire saw machining are investigated in this study. New techniques to affix diamond particles to a steel wire core have advanced to make this process feasible for the machining of ceramics, wood, and foam materials. Developments in fixed abrasive diamond wire machining are first reviewed. Advantages of using fixed abrasive diamond wire machining are then introduced. The process monitoring and signal...

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Diamonds

These rocks don't lose their shape Diamonds are a girl's best friend Ladies and gentlemen,do u know what this song all about?......No,it is not gold…..Yes! It is diamond! Perhaps some audience know this song.This song is singing by a Hollywood star,Marilyn Monroe,struck a chord which resonated across the world when she sang Diamonds are a Girl’s best friend in the classic 1950s film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Ladies and gentlemen,when I said the word “DIAMONDS”,I’m sure the picture of dazzling whitestones...

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Diamonds

essay By Ian Diamond (Synthesis of artificial diamonds) Everyone knows Diamonds are hard and beautiful, but there are less people known a diamond could be the oldest material. Diamonds are found may be 50 to 1,600 million years old, the diamonds themselves are about 3.3 billion years old. This difference is because the volcanic magma that solidifies into rock where diamonds are found did not create them, but only transported the diamonds from the Earth's cover to the surface. Diamonds also may be...

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Diamond Impact

Diamond Impact Mining has had both a negative and a positive effect on many societies; it has created conflict, higher quality of living, a higher economy and a higher environmental risk. In this essay I will focus mainly on the impact of diamonds in Africa, as this country is one of the main supplier of diamonds worldwide. Two-thirds of the world’s diamonds are exported from Africa; they are mined in these countries; Angola, Botswana, Tanzania, The Congo and Zimbabwe. For many of these countries...

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A Diamond

“A diamond, is the symbol for love, commitment, and a joyful new beginning,” said the TV commercial. Many of the world's diamonds, are mined using practices that exploit workers, children, and communities. A million diamond diggers in Africa earn less than a dollar a day. Miners are dying in accidents, child labor is widespread, and corrupt leaders are depriving mining communities of funds badly needed for economic development. In extreme cases, diamond mining can cause entire ecosystems to...

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Forever Diamond

Forever Diamond ---Analyze the true meaning beyond the advertisement Perhaps the growing impact of publicity about which people are concerned these days is fully reflected in the luxury industry. Even someone argues that our real world has been “occupied” by the concentrated public images when more and more people have been attracted by those sparkling gewgaws, and people start losing control since they devote...

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Diamond

Phuong Nguyen Cheryl Thompson BBB4M0 June, 10, 2012 Diamonds There are many different kinds of valuable gem in the world; however, diamonds is the most precious and favorite stone all the time. As the hardest known naturally material, diamond can be used to polish, cut and become a jewelery. Consumer claim that diamond is forever, that’s why diamond wedding ring represent for the endless love. This is a reason why diamond always become a “hot topic” in the market all over the world....

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Diamonds in North America

Running head: DIAMONDS IN NORTH AMERICA Critical Essay: Diamonds In North America Denise Bourgeois, Courtney Johnson, Reginald Coleman, Francis Richards University Of Phoenix SCI256 People, Science, and the Environment Sunny Ryerson August 31, 2006 Workshop 4 Diamonds in North America “Don’t you know diamonds are a girl’s best friend?” Many female pop stars throughout the ages have sung about this precious gem. What is...

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De Beers Diamond Jewelers’

1.0 INTRODUCTION De Beers Diamond Jewelers’ is the quintessential diamond jeweler, giving substance to style, bringing together the diamond’s dualities of science and poetry, melding its rich history and long traditions with contemporary creativity and cutting-edge craftsmanship. The diamond is a sparkling, celebratory symbol of continuity and eternity, of reassurance and hope for the future, and De Beers brings this beautiful symmetry into the light with its classically elegant jewelers. For...

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Rodriguez's Success: Diamond Grading Certificate

him made him decide he no longer wanted to work for someone else. This is when he obtained his Diamond Grading certificate after graduating from college. By working at a local jewelry store, Rodriguez gained knowledge of diamonds and he used this information that he learned and the resources he had to be the middle man between diamond distributers and jewelers. Even after he was told that selling diamonds online would never work, he still worked hard and accomplished his goals with his ambition, the...

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