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 Post subject: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:55 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
PostPosted: Tue Jan 05, 2010 9:57 pm 
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i find this to be pretty unethical IMO

i would say go for the student license buy your 14
i dont know if it applies to grade school students

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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
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I agree with this being unethical.

But instead of starting out by buying the student version, email solidworks about it instead. I was able to get a 5-month student license absolutely free. Once that wears out, I'll probably end up buying the $100 Student edition.


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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
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Its hard to find torrents for such an expensive software... and those are much different to steal than for example a game or movie.

Ive heard there are freeware versions of CAD programs... although not as good you save the bucks.

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k thanks ill try emailing them :)

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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
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Roddy wrote:
Ive heard there are freeware versions of CAD programs... although not as good you save the bucks.
Yes, I recommend Cocreate as a place to start learning CAD. It's what I started with, and it's great for designing simple puzzles such as 3x3 mods. Probably not gonna get a teraminx out of it though.
If I'm not mistaken, Alokin uses cocreate to make his designs.


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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
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ejisfun wrote:
Roddy wrote:
Ive heard there are freeware versions of CAD programs... although not as good you save the bucks.
Yes, I recommend Cocreate as a place to start learning CAD. It's what I started with, and it's great for designing simple puzzles such as 3x3 mods. Probably not gonna get a teraminx out of it though.
If I'm not mistaken, Alokin uses cocreate to make his designs.

Can I download this? I'd like to get this to start designing on but I just want the personal version. To make an account I have to put in a company name. Is there anything I can do (I don't have a company :lol:)? Also, does it have to be a company that would use cocreate or can I just put my dad's company in?

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 Post subject: Re: Uhh...... hehe....... help??
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Roddy wrote:
Its hard to find torrents for such an expensive software

I would have to disagree with this because it took about a minute to find a working torrent for solidworks but i have to agree with your next statement...

Roddy wrote:
Ive heard there are freeware versions of CAD programs... although not as good you save the bucks.

Try out Cocreate or another free CAD program and see if you actually like CAD then if you do consider solidworks. :D

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