Apparently, Algor is not using Alibre as their solid modeler as opposed to their own modeler, SuperDraw last I was aware.
I haven't talked with anyone yet at either company to verify this, but it makes sense to me. Mainly because if you buy an Algor Core Package after Alibre Design, you get $695 off the cost of Algor. That $695 is the magic cost of Alibre, so basically you don't have to buy the solid modeler twice. That's nice of them.
Also, Alibre Design Pro comes with the 12 month LEASE of Algor DesignCheck. That means you get the cheapest Algor package out there, but for only the first year, then you have to pay for it separately.
What really cracks me up that that Algor's InCad technology is not fully associative to Alibre yet, but it is expected to in the next release/update, yet if you read through Algors website, it says that it has direct CAD support for Alibre -- included. All other CAD packages are not included or included with limitations, depending on the core Algor package you buy. Of course, you have to buy InCad to remove those limitations.
If this sounds somewhat disgruntled, it is. Alibre marketing is making Alibre Pro sound too good to be true, but if you really do want an FEA package, you might as well just buy Algor and get Alibre with it.
But how does the support work? If I have a problem creating the model, do I contact Algor or Alibre?
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