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student pro-engineer

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    Closed Accounts Posts: 2,296 rowa


    I see that student versions of both solidworks and autocad are available but is there a student version of pro-engineer out ?
    also how many computers can you run this software (student autocad + solidworks) on ?


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  • rowa wrote: »
    I see that student versions of both solidworks and autocad are available but is there a student version of pro-engineer out ?
    also how many computers can you run this software (student autocad + solidworks) on ?

    im not sure about the Pro-Engineer program in student, but try the autodesk site as for licences im sure there only supposed to be used on one pc at a time.. unless there is some deals they do, i dunno.




  • There is definitely a student version of Pro/e. I had a copy of it for college.




  • The student version is mostly for colleges and they don't give out a free version and even the student version is expensive but not sure how many computers it works on, plus some parts wont convert properly from the full verison to the student version!




  • Herewith links for registration, if a student, and enter your college email address on registering:-

    www.ptc.com/go/proeforschools

    The Autodesk student community provides registered students with free access to different Autodesk applications.

    http://students.autodesk.com/

    http://students.autodesk.com/?nd=register&und=624




  • Also to Clarify, the licence file student edition of Pro E is locked to the motherboard of the computer upon which it is installed. To run it on my big computer at home, and my laptop I had to purchase 2 copies of the software/licence. Also of note, parts drawn in the student edition cannot be directly imported into the commercial edition. (HINT - at least they can't in .prt format! ;) )


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