For centuries, diamonds have been valued for ornamentation, as well as use in manufacturing applications where their hardness enables them to easily cut and grind almost any other material. However, it’s only been recently that engineers have been able to exploit diamond’s other unique properties in commercial applications. What are these properties? How are they impacting the design and functionality of products and processes? How are we likely to benefit as consumers and investors? We’ll explain.
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