Lafayette, La.--Stuller and Gemvision have published three new versions of CounterSketch, the CAD software that allows jewelers and customers to work together to create a custom piece of jewelry.

First introduced in 2009, CounterSketch gives jewelers the opportunity to develop collections of their own, as well as easing the process of creating one-of-a-kind pieces with customer participation.

The three new versions of the software are:
-- CounterSketch Bridal: Dedicated to bridal ring designs, this version includes 300 starting point styles and allows customization of accent stones, prongs, shanks, and other components;
-- CounterSketch Plus: A more comprehensive version of CounterSketch Bridal, CounterSketch Plus includes more than 1,100 customizable jewelry styles, including bridal, fashion rings, pendants, and more; and
-- CounterSketch Studio: This upgraded version of CounterSketch Plus includes extensive freehand capabilities.

“Customization is no longer the exception, but the norm,” said Matt Stuller, founder and chairman of 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.”



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