If you do your own sandblasting give the Online Monument Designer a free trial for 30 days, create a monument, and send it to our studio at email@example.com to be cut and delivered to you free of charge.
As you would expect, there was much healing for our nation to do at the end of the war between the Confederate States and United States. In fact, Confederate soldiers' grave plaques were inscribed in Latin, with Deo Vindice or God Will Vindicate. Clearly, there would be deep wounds for generations to come. Design Mart's Mike Fernandez is shown here explaining one of the plaques to a recent Elberton Granite Association class.
If you etch your own designs or have them etched for you this news is for you! For two years our Online Monument Designer has allowed users to export vector designs that can be opened in CAD systems for sandblast, without having to track down components or creating drawings that aren't what the customer had in mind. Now we've added the capability of exporting high resolution etching files for laser and impact etchers.
All of the etchings being uploaded to the Online Monument Designer have transparent backgrounds, which means that users may pull apart and customize etching scenes, like the one shown below.
We are constantly upgrading the Online Monument Designer to provide users with more features while also making it more user friendly, and since it is web-based anyone who is able to negotiate web sites and browse the web can operate our Online Designer.