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Helpful Member!  techno (Mechanical) (OP)
2 Nov 99 5:27
For those that may be interested, visit the following site to get a copy of "xchangeworks" a division of SolidWorks. (modeler only)
******* http://www.xchangeworks.com/ ******

They will send (mail anywhere in the world) you a loading CD FREE!!, no gimmick; well actually there is (of course) you have to have a copy (installed) of AutoCAD R14 on your PC

This is a masterful marketing plan to encourage ACAD users to try Solidworks. (Warning software is addictive) There is also another catch, it only does the modeling, no assemblies or drawings...but still a great program anyway

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