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Stuller and Gemvision Launch Additional Versions of CounterSketch

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LAFAYETTE, LA – Stuller and Gemvision have announced they are now offering three versions of CounterSketch, a CAD software with 3-D capabilities and features that allow a jeweler to interact with customers to design a piece of jewelry in real-time.

The latest evolution of the software, first introduced in 2009, features new versions that give jewelers more options including focused collections and a new introductory price.

The three versions are:

  • CounterSketch Bridal (New). Dedicated to bridal ring designs, customers can choose from more than 300 starting point styles. Includes ability to customize accent stones, prongs, shanks and more.
  • CounterSketch Plus (New). With the same design capabilities as CounterSketch Bridal, CounterSketch Plus contains an extended library of more than 1,100 customizable jewelry styles that includes bridal, fashion rings, pendants and more.
  • CounterSketch Studio. Incorporates the power of Freehand alongside the full library of more than 1,100 starting point models. Using the expanded design capabilities of Freehand, jewelers can add creative touches to designs or create new jewelry from the library of components.

“Customization is no longer the exception, but the norm,” says Stuller founder and chairman, Matt Stuller. “With three versions of CounterSketch from which to choose, any jeweler now has an entry point into the level of customization that makes the most sense for their business. With our technology and manufacturing on your side, you will have a solution for every custom challenge.”

For more information about the three versions of CounterSketch, call 800-357-6272 or visit stuller.com/countersketch.

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