Diamond Foundry Stock

diamondfoundry.comIndustrial / MaterialsFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $315.05MM

Diamond Foundry produces diamonds without mining, large carbon footprints, or conflict funding. By crystallizing methane, Diamond Foundry is able to create unique, real diamonds. Diamond Foundry was founded in 2012 by Martin Roscheisen Ph.D., Kyle Gazay, and Jeremy Scholz and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Martin Roscheisen Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman
Thao Nguyen
Chief Operating Officer
Kyle Gazay
Co-Founder & President

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News Highlights

Diamond Disruptor: Meet The Nerdy King Of Bargain Bling
Inside his rehabbed warehouse in South San Francisco with its line of glowing plasma reactors the size of minivans, Martin Roscheisen, CEO and cofounder of Diamond Foundry, unveils a 4-inch single-crystal diamond wafer.
Leonardo DiCaprio-backed Diamond Foundry Collaborates with UAE-based Etika Jewels
UAE-based Etika Jewels has collaborated with Diamond Foundry, a California-based manufacturer which is backed by Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio. Etika said the partnership will help it offer carbon-neutral lab-grown diamonds besides its existing lab-grown diamond collection.
Diamond Foundry Acquires German Diamond Wafer Producer
Diamond Foundry has purchased Augsburg Diamond Technology—also known as Audiatec—a manufacturer of diamond wafers based in Augsburg, Germany.
Updated on: May 26, 2024

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