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Masonry Designer

Discussion created by Aim Feedback on Dec 16, 2008
Accurate Image Marketing, Inc. is conducting an informal review with professionals such as yourself into the product benefits and software requirements for the newest version of its Masonry Designer Program. Masonry Designer is an application resource that is provided free to the general public and is sponsored and paid for by industry leading brick and other building material manufacturers and distributors. Its purpose is to enable architects, sales consultants and other building professionals, along with the general public, to accurately design, visualize and output mortar, brick, block, tile, and paver constructions. These images can then be easily imported into all mainstream CAD and 3-D software programs as textures that can be applied for real-world results.

Accurate Image would like to take this opportunity to offer you a chance to utilize current free versions of this program and to ask that you take a moment of your time to recommend features and changes that you, the professional, would find beneficial to upcoming incarnations of Masonry Designer. By doing so you will be benefitting not only yourself, but thousands of users who currently use this program on a day-to-day basis. Please also be aware that in today's atmosphere, Accurate Image understands the importance of creating safe adware, spyware, and virus free software, so you will find none of this in any of our products. The only advertising you will see will be the name of the company who's product line you are examining and using. You are welcome to use and distribute the images that you create with this program at will, except as content for resale as textures.

Attached you will find an example of what the current incarnation of the program looks like and how it is used to create walls as well as links to the programs themselves. Please contact with any questions or suggestions you may have. We greatly appreciate your input.

The Links to obtain two differing versions of the program (each with its own set of assets) can be found at:
This version has all of Acme Brick's products along with Featherlite Block, Elgin Butler Structural Glazed Brick and Tile, Hill Country Stone and Cordillera Stone.
This version has products from: Acme Brick, Belden Brick, Boral Bricks, Continental Brick Company, Endicott Brick, Interstate Brick, Lawrenceville Brick, Palmetto Brick Company and Redland Brick.