Andover company makes carbon-based treasures

  • Article by: TODD NELSON , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 2, 2012 - 8:35 AM

Scott Shaffer has seen sales of his Infinity Diamond synthetic diamonds expand thanks to good marketing and a unique process that customizes the stones.

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rshacklefordDec. 3, 12 5:43 AM

"Converting the carbon from customers' objects into a diamond occurs in high-end machinery at a plant in the Russian city of St. Petersburg." ---- So, why not just contact the people in St. Petersburg directly and remove the ex physics teacher from the loop? There are quite a few companies with this "extreme compression technology." He should have his own equipment and locally otherwise he is just a salesman.

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SerinaLDec. 3, 12 8:46 AM

Are they really that costly to produce?? Why are they produced in Russia, is it because of the pollutants the company produces?

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