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LaserTemplatorUpdatev328We have released a new version of our software. Version 2.0.328.0, or v328 as we generally call it, is a roll out updates Windows 10 compatibility, bug fixes and some small additions to allow the program to be more consistent throughout different menus. For most users, there will not be much of a change noticed.

 

Like all other updates to our software, this is completely free of charge. Just open the Laser Templator software while connected to the internet and when asked if you wish to update, click Yes.

LaserTemplatorUpdatev290Laser Templator Software Update: We have released a new version of our software. Version 2.0.290.0, or v290 as we generally call it, is a roll out language updates for our customers overseas, bug fixes and some small additions to allow the program to be more consistent throughout different menus. For most users, there will not be much of a change noticed.

 

Like all other updates to our software, this is completely free of charge. Just open the Laser Templator software while connected to the internet and when asked if you wish to update, click Yes.

Classic Granite & Marble, of Midlothian, VA, specializes in jobs from custom residential to a multitude of small- and medium-sized commercial projects. In the production area, the company utilizes a variety of equipment, including a Robot CAD from Baca Systems of Macomb, MI.

 

Classic Granite & Marble (CGM), of Midlothian, VA, specializes in jobs from custom residential to a multitude of small- and medium-sized commercial projects. Tony Kilic, President of CGM, became involved in the stone fabrication business in Maryland before moving to the Richmond, VA, area. “What drew me to the business was seeing an increasing number of my friends beginning to navigate towards stone fabrication, and I saw the success and growth opportunity in the industry,” said Kilic. “The Richmond market peaked my interest for many reasons. The area presented ample potential for future growth, and even though there was strong, dominating competition, I still saw room to expand. That is what inspired me to move to Richmond, where Classic Granite & Marble came to be.”

 

Walking into Atlas Marble & Granite’s shop in Springfield, NJ, feels like entering a design studio. The 2,000-square-foot chic showroom is an open and inviting space with plenty of large tables — topped with the latest trending stone and quartz products — for architects, designers and homeowners to sit and discuss their projects. It is also stocked with an extensive palette of the latest stone and quartz materials as well as a selection of concrete, wood and recycled material. Owner Marco Duran explained his goal is to provide the ultimate professional stone experience to his customers — striving to introduce them to a range of new and unique products that will lead to inspiring designs.

 

Duran initially set up shop in 2001 in a 7,500-square-foot building in Newark, NJ. When Stone World visited the stone operation two and a half years ago, the space had doubled in size, and it housed a full line-up of state-of-the-art equipment.  With the move to the Springfield location in April 2013, Duran increased the company’s work space again. The new facility encompasses 23,000 square feet with an additional 15,000 square feet of outdoor space.