Hi! I’ve been looking at various crown angle combinations of various table sizes on the site. I’m trying to maximize spread with an excellent cut and on the graphs, low crown angles such as 32 with pavilions around 41.4 and a table of 60% still perform excellently. Many sites are advocating for crown angles much higher and pavilion angles no more than 40%. Any thoughts on choosing a lower crown balanced by a steeper pavilion?
The arrows tend to fade out with higher pavilion angles, even within AGS 0 Ideal specs. That’s corroborated by my computer vision analysis. You can find diamonds that show strong arrows with higher pavilion angles, but you’ll have to search more.
Another way to increase spread is to not offset the angles as much Something like 33.5 crown 40.8 pavilion generally has a larger spread and would still show the arrows well.