Cutting a HUGE 17 Carat Diamond with 60,000 PSI Waterjet - With Cody's Lab

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  • Published on:  1/12/2018
  • Lick Test Certified - We met up with Cody's Lab and he brought a HUGE 17 Carat diamond to see if we could cut it! Thanks so much to Cody's Lab for coming down and providing the diamond. If you haven't seen his channel check him out now. --- Not convinced It's a real diamond -- -- Also lick test certified...
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  • NOBOX7
    NOBOX7 4 months ago+158

    that last comment in the video had me rolling

  • Manuel Scherrer
    Manuel Scherrer 19 hours ago

    The daimond had a bad cristall strukture with one you buy at the jeweller this likley would not hapen.

  • MDS_Videos
    MDS_Videos yesterday

    Araki lied to us, Diamond Isn't Unbreakable

  • Wymin Gaming
    Wymin Gaming 4 days ago


  • Anthony McDevitt
    Anthony McDevitt 4 days ago

    Omg, "it didn't even taste like carrots". Fucking hilarious!
    Also, an interesting thing about diamonds, they are actually pretty easy to cut. Yes they are the hardest known natural material. But to cut or, cleave them, is surprisingly easy. If you can see where the grain is then a simple chisel and hammer will be able to split them without a problem.

  • Coy Keaton
    Coy Keaton 4 days ago

    Buckminsterfullerene. That's harder than a diamond.

  • Winged Oregano
    Winged Oregano 4 days ago

    That’s impossible diamonds are the strongest thing on earth only diamonds can cut diamonds

  • Lurking Mew
    Lurking Mew 4 days ago

    that tongue is a super computer

  • Justin Koop
    Justin Koop 5 days ago

    Forgive me if I'm wrong but I'm assuming The cutting and clarity of diamonds is what makes them expensive

  • Rhythm Jain
    Rhythm Jain 6 days ago

    Isandelite is artificial compound that is about 50 percent harder than diamond.

  • Eins. Wanderer
    Eins. Wanderer 6 days ago

    good, that you did not bite on that. Poor teeth btw

  • AirCanada003 _
    AirCanada003 _ 6 days ago

    when will the waterjet fail at cutting stuff

  • Joyy
    Joyy 7 days ago

    This is prolly stupid of me to say. But why doesn’t it look like a diamond and more like a rock ?

  • Zeref Dragneel
    Zeref Dragneel 7 days ago

    No! The only thing that can destroy a diamond is another diamond I thought

  • TheRailGunner
    TheRailGunner 7 days ago+1

    Lonsdaleite, would actually be much harder than diamond. But the forces it would require to actually make it are not currently available in industrial hardware as of yet. But soon in the future it will be. Mark my words.

  • Mishchievious Badger

    didnt even taste like carrots lol

  • Michael Hartman
    Michael Hartman 7 days ago

    wurtzite boron nitride (w-BN) has a greater indentation strength than diamond.

  • jamie mark
    jamie mark 8 days ago

    Love Cody's lab

  • Beaky Twitch
    Beaky Twitch 9 days ago

    Test whether it is diamond by shining X-rays on it -- diamond floresces..