2011 - Where to Direct Development Money? Some Examples of Successful and Not So Successful Projects

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2011 - Where to Direct Development Money? Some Examples of Successful and Not So Successful Projects

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Precious metal thin wires are used in electronic and catalyst products. Combining this know-how with textile production techniques is resulting in necklaces with high pliability and novel surface structure. Coloration of the wires extends the design possibilities. A surface decoration method with plate-like gold powders makes new designs possible. Sintering or hot pressing ceramic materials shows the potential of other basic materials in addition to precious metals. Not only can projects with innovative materials support the jewelry industry, but engineering adapted to the specific needs of the jewelry industry can improve productivity. An example is an electronic ring measuring gauge, which transfers the ring size to the different international units used for rings. Also, manual marking of rings can be supported by a device that positions the marking tool, thus producing uniform marks in the middle of the band.

Author: Dr. Wolfgang Boehm

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