If you're looking to sell your marble slabs, there are a few options available to you. You can sell them through online marketplaces, through stone and tile retailers, or directly to consumers. Each option has its own set of pros and cons, so it's important to weigh your options carefully before making a decision. But first, let's take a look at the inherited difficulties of selling and designing with natural stone and how we can overcome them with the latest technology.
There is a great disparity of slabs on the market, with some selling much better than others. However, this is to be expected since mountains are not uniform and can offer a variety of slabs. While strongly veined materials are most characterful, they often sell less and need to be stored for longer periods. The main reason is that they have a more dramatic and less uniform appearance, which can make them less versatile and more difficult to work with when creating intricate designs. This makes them a less popular choice and makes it harder for suppliers to offer them at a competitive price.
Recent advancements in slab digitization and blending technology have opened up new possibilities for working with veined materials. Creating digital dry layouts from true-to-size scanned slabs makes surface design predictable and offers a cost-effective way to visualize and produce complex stone projects.
Welcome to drylayout.com, the pioneering website for digital stone processing! We offer a variety of tools to help you manage, market, blend and sell both cut-to-size and raw stone. Before we get into the interactive blending demo, let's take a quick look at the main components of the software.
We will be happy to consult you on further advantages, such as the cutting of projects by digital CNC tickets and the collaboration with architects via the project tool. Please send us a message via the contact form.
It’s time to experience digital blending yourself. In this demo, you'll be able to see how easy it is to use our tools to create an even layout from strongly veined marble slabs. Let’s drive in!