Watchmaking / Repair
Diamonds certainly come in a variety of sizes, colors, and shapes. All diamonds possess intricate combinations of characteristics that make them unique. Most diamonds have minor inclusions and it is these internal markings that are very valuable in identifying your diamond, because there are no two diamonds that have inclusions in exactly the same places.
The other things that you look for are abrasions on the surface, nicks or cavities or cracks that may affect the structural integrity of the diamond.
To examine diamond's clarity, you will need some magnification tool. Dino-Lite Microscope for jewelers has the ability to examine stones, inspect jewelry for repairs, assist in appraisals and make imaging inventory fast and easy
Here are some recommended Dino-Lite Microscope for examine Diamond:
A good watch can be consisted of dozens, or even hundreds mini parts. Every parts need to be put together to make watch work. Although majority of of watches are now factory made, a watchmaker still needed to repair watches.
Repairing watches can be a very intricate job to do, because of the amount of the tiny parts a watch has. Watchmaker will need to use magnifying tools that have polarized lighting. It helps provide uniform illumination to bring out more surface detail with minimal glare.
Here are some Dino-Lite Microscope with polarized lighting recommended for watchmaking / repair :