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The Science of Gemcutting
This course is offered as a distance learning course for advanced gemcutting and gemology students. The class is limited to 10 students and all the students will have the option to keep their cameras and microphone turned on for the duration of the course to interact and ask questions in real time.

The class is presented over 4 sessions and all 4 sessions are mandatory. No make-up sessions will be offered. No Recording. Sessions are organized as follows:

Day 1: June 5 - Software Design Foundations

Day 2: June 12 - Design Theory

Day 3: June 19 - Advanced Software and
Polish Sequences

Day 4 : June 26 - Color

Class Time: (Please make sure the time works for you in your time zone)

6pm-9:30pm Los Angeles
7pm-10:30pm Tucson
8pm-11:30pm Chicago
9pm-12:30am Midnight NYC
8am-11:30am Bangkok (June 6)
1pm-4:30pm Sydney (June 6)

About the Course:
The Science of Gemcutting course combines traditional gemological knowledge with the advanced understanding of optics required for gemstone design and optimization. The course was written as compliment to our Cutting and Recutting for Gem Business course but can be enjoyed by anyone in the gem and gemcutting trade who wants to dive deeper into the physical world of gemcutting.

This course will cover advanced optics that haven’t been previously presented; software design, design aesthetics, along with an extensive exploration of color and its manipulation.

The course will utilize the CAD software GemCutStudio to teach students how to design their own cuts as well as modifying and optimizing pre-existing cuts. Not only will students learn HOW to design gem cuts from scratch but they will learn WHY different cuts help or hurt the color and brightness of a stone as well as WHAT each of the traditional cutting styles does for light and dark toned stones.

Full Description Here:
https://igtthailand.com/product/the-science-of-gem-cutting/

Requirements:
Computer with webcam & mic
GemCutStudio
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