Monument CAD Design Drawings Are Provided To Customers For Their Approval Before Production Begins
Rome Monument memorialists prepare hand drawings and/or CAD drawings for our customers to approve. These drawings are normally shown to our customers at showroom meetings but in some cases they are emailed to customers. Customers appreciate seeing a drawing of the monument so that they can approve the spelling of the name (s), birth date (s), death date (s), design artwork, inscriptions and other memorial design details. CAD drawings can be provided to clients who purchase upright and raised headstones, bevel (pillow) shaped monuments, slant shaped gravestones, flat (flush/lawn level/grass level) grave markers granite memorial benches, private/family/estate mausoleums and other types of family cemetery monuments and public memorials.
It is important for Rome Monument customers to be confident that they understand what the finished monument or memorial will look like once it has been built, delivered and installed in the cemetery or private/public location. Our memorialists use a system called Monu-Cad, a computer aided design program, in the design and production of cemetery memorials that are manufactured using the stencil sandblast process. Computer-aided design (CAD) is the use of computer systems to aid in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization of a design.
To learn more about the CAD drawings that we prepare, call 724-770-0100.