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Author:  mikko [ Tue Oct 02, 2012 12:32 am ]
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I'm happy to inform we are now supporter of Gem-A conference 2012 held in London sunday 4th of November. We will have a table on conferences premises for demonstrating GemmoRaman. Finally a chance to meet some GO friends in the ever-so-sunny city :D

Author:  Julie Gowans-Poli [ Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:26 am ]
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Yay!

Author:  Conny Forsberg [ Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:54 am ]
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Kreeehzyyyy kewl. Sounds great.

Author:  mikko [ Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:00 pm ]
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London was great success and it was really pleasing to meet GO friends. Next live presentation will be at the Accredited Gemologists Association's (AGA) Tucson Gemological Conference taking place on Wednesday, February 6, 2013, at the Marriott University Park, Tucson AZ.

We will also be at Tucson Gem and Mineral Show, River Park Inn (Pueblo) Feb. 3-9.
Sorry if this sounds like an unscrupulous commercial.... it's actually more an invitation for GO friends to come visit us if you're around.... :wink:

Mikko & Alberto

Author:  Egor Gavrilenko [ Thu May 08, 2014 8:25 am ]
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Hi Mikko & Alberto,

Just wanted to say again that it was a real pleasure to spend these days with you in Madrid, during the installation of GemmoRaman-532SG in the IGE lab!
Our sincere congratulations for developing this machine! We are really impressed! =D> =D> =D>

I uploaded some pictures from your visit here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ya61c9kh5cfz ... Tf8WbR5a#/
Also a note about it on the IGE website: http://www.ige.org/noticias/espectromet ... o-del-ige/
And a short press release in the leading Spanish jewelry newspaper: http://www.goldandtime.org/laboratorio/ ... man/67511/

Thank you guys, you are the best! :smt023

Author:  wilsonintexas [ Thu May 08, 2014 2:41 pm ]
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I have read this with interest. I understand how this can identify different material, can it also identify treatments and synthetics?

I can never afford one, but am interested.

Author:  Alberto [ Fri May 09, 2014 8:06 am ]
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hi,

please refer to the articles and application notes here: http://www.gemmoraman.com/Articles.aspx
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ciao
alberto

Author:  energyos [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 8:29 pm ]
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have anyone tested it so far?

Author:  Barbra Voltaire [ Sun Nov 09, 2014 8:54 pm ]
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Everyone who is anyone!

Sorry I couldn't help it. :oops:
I own one as do many folks on our board. In a word:
Awesome.

Author:  Peters [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 1:51 pm ]
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Hi, we are using GemmoRaman-532SG for more than 1 year, actually we are really tough users, as we use it on every day run, 8h per day, and have tested ~ 40000 articles and gems.
It is definitely second most important instrument after microscope, even we have FTIR, XRF, UV-VIS on table, hard to find any disadvantage for it, easy to use, safe to use, well made and easy to operate, very impressive software...
Samples for application: diamonds, even packed in plastic or under quartz window (watches or dancing diamonds), natural and synthetic emeralds, most of crystalline materials...
You will love it, just give chance and try!
Peters
P.s. You could more specify application to be more precise about it
P.s.s. Look also to new member of product line GemmoFTIR

Author:  Conny Forsberg [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 3:04 pm ]
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I too use it on a more or less daily basis. I agree with Barbra and Peters. It has more or less made my refractometer obsolete but still the microscope is number one :)

Author:  energyos [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:10 pm ]
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Thank you very much for your answers and
I have few questions about it:

How big is profile databade that goes with this Raman?

Can I focus it at small crystalin inclusions inside the stone?

Does it require any expendables every time you use it?

Author:  Alberto [ Mon Nov 10, 2014 4:27 pm ]
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hi,

energyos wrote:
Thank you very much for your answers and
I have few questions about it:

How big is profile databade that goes with this Raman?


the software and database libraries are open source and can be browsed here: http://www.gemmoraman.com/Libraries.aspx

Quote:
Can I focus it at small crystalin inclusions inside the stone?


you need a confocal microRaman for that task, we are talking about a bigger and far more expensive instrument here, various models on the market are sold in a price range between 70 and 250 k$

Quote:
Does it require any expendables every time you use it?


absolutely not.
for more info...www.gemmoraman.com

Author:  Alberto [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 5:09 am ]
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sidenote about Database:

the GemmoRaman software is provided by a plugin for automatically export the spectra into Crystalsleuth (a freeware software that can be downloaded here: http://rruff.info/about/about_download.php ). this will allow to search for a matching reference in the RRUFF, ( http://rruff.info/ ) the most important freeware Raman spectra Database of minerals available in the world, counting actually more than 5000 spectra.

Author:  energyos [ Tue Nov 11, 2014 5:19 pm ]
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Alberto, i am sorry I didn't understand you.

micro raman cost 70-250K or your Raman alternatives cost 70-250K?

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