Slabsmith™ is the weapon of choice in the arsenal of the stone industry’s leading fabricators.
Incorporating Slabsmith into your business yields increased sales, lower costs, and most importantly...
Happier customers who will remember to recommend your business over your competition.
1) Creating ‘Digital Slabs’™
When a Slabsmith photo station is calibrated using Slabsmith’s calibration routines, the resulting digital slab is accurate dimensionally to a millimeter or less. This accuracy goes beyond just the length and width if the slab; in fact, any random point on the slab is correct. Virtually all distortions that result from the camera position, or lens aberrations are eliminated.
Slabsmith assures that the color of the slab is accurate and consistent from slab to slab. Even small variations in color can be seen during the layout process when properly calibrated. Slabsmith’s color reproduction allows you to see the subtlest of color variations at seams even when used with ‘uniform colored’ quartz products!
Along with the accuracies mentioned above, each digital slab includes a complete record of all its important properties. This includes common things like the material name, lot number, thickness, and inventory ID, but can be extended to include any information that might be valuable to your business when maintained with the digital slab.
Inventory – Save & manage your digital slabs
When a digital slab is created it is immediately saved into Slabsmith’s SQL database. This provides the ability for anyone in your company to easily locate and view the slabs in your inventory based on any of the properties of the slab. You can even search for remnants of a particular size rectangle or even a particular size ’L’ shape.