Images of slabs on countertop drawings

by | Jun 25, 2014 | CounterGo

In CounterGo, you can now include images when you’re doing a layout of countertops on slabs. For natural stone with lots of movement, this lets you figure out if the seams will work. And, having an image will help your customers visualize their countertops.

Here’s how it works.

First, draw out a countertop, using steps 1-4. Then, on Step 5, you can choose an image for a slab when you’re showing the layout. If you click on the grey box that represents the slabs, you’ll see a choice to edit the Slab Properties...

Slab properties

Then, click the Browse… button to choose a slab image.
Browse for slab images

Once you’ve chosen a slab, use your mouse to select the part of the picture you want to be used on the slab layout.
Selected slab area

Then, you can lay out the countertops on the slabs with images, make sure the seams work with the movement on the slabs, and then save the quote, drawing, and layout along with the images.
Slab layout with picture

It’s also possible to print the image on the quote by editing the printable form.
1) Go to Quote->Edit Settings
2) Edit the form by double-clicking on it
3) Edit the “Drawing” box by double-clicking on it
4) Check the box for “Include Slab Images

We’re looking forward to your feedback!

Want to know more? At Moraware, we make software for countertop fabricators. CounterGo is countertop drawing, layout, and estimating software. JobTracker is scheduling software that helps you eliminate the time you waste looking for job folders. RemnantSwap is a free place to buy and sell granite remnants with fabricators near you.

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