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Gemvision, a Stuller Company, Launches MatrixGold Essentials

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(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – With the goal of continuing to advance CAD solutions for its customers, Gemvision announces the release of MatrixGold Essentials.

MatrixGold provides a simplified interface and runs on Rhinoceros 6 CAD engine, which provides users more power for greater responsiveness, presentation, and display. MatrixGold, Matrix®, and RhinoGold provide our customers with an array of CAD software choices.

“With the speed of technology improvements in today’s world, we know we have to continue to stay at the forefront of software development,” says Bryan Morgan, Stuller’s chief operating officer. “This new software will provide our customers with a powerful new tool they can use for customization and design creation.”

Additional features of MatrixGold Essentials include:

  • Usability. Intuitive design and workflow, with flexible, movable, and dockable panels.
  • Flexibility. Parametric history-powered builders to reconfigure design changes quickly.
  • Advance rendering. Easy and intuitive rendering, plus GPU or CPU rendering to make the most of any computer system.

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“We are very excited to introduce a completely new software to the industry,” says Gemvision’s Programming Director, Albert Oldfield. “Customization is more important than ever, and we will continue to offer innovative tools and solutions that will help jewelry professionals grow their businesses.”

For more information about MatrixGold Essentials and the possibilities it offers, call us at 800-357-6272 or visit us online at Gemvision.com/matrixgold

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