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MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

I'm interested in purchasing MathCAD 14.0, i have trialed prime 2.0 and don't like it (urgh). PTC don't appear to sell older versions, I'm wondering if anyone knows of any suppliers of the software. I have had a look around and seem to only come across a couple of counterfeit websites that are only after my credit card details.

Any help appreciated, thanks.


Graduate Mechanical Engineer

RE: MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

I'm not sure of any, but i do believe when you purchase prime 2.0 it comes with a version of mathcad 15 for file transfer purposes. Might be worth a look.

RE: MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

I'm also interested in purchasing mathCAD 14.0 as I anticapte it will be cheaper. Can't justify paying a premium for Prime 2.0 only to use the older version.

Dave, Msc(Eng), AMIMechE
Graduate Mechanical Engineer
(3 Years left for Chartership!)

RE: MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

I'm with you davemechuk.... I hate the new version. It's so cumbersome to create good looking calcs with this version. Subscripts (which I use all the time) were so easy to do with the old version. The new version makes me want to scream every time I use it.

RE: MathCAD 14.0 software supplier

I'm just glad we use 13.0 at work! IRstuff i am based in the UK but i shall have a look on our version of ebay. Though i never trust ebay for software/electronics and would prefer a brand new version from somewhere. Thanks for the responses though.

Dave, Msc(Eng), AMIMechE
Graduate Mechanical Engineer
(3 Years left for Chartership!)

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