On occasion we get a verbal request for our Caesar II models from a client for some or other reason. Mostly so that they can "verify" our work. Up to now we have always rebuffed them and told them that they were welcome to pay us a visit and then we would run through the model with them, but have not yet given out a .c2 file. Nor have such clients ever paid us a subsequent visit...
Has anybody in the past issued a .c2 file as part of agreed upon deliverables similar to issuing soft copy isometric or general arrangement drawings? If so, what did the client do with the file?
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