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Started by progeCAD USA Dec 21, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by progeCAD USA on December 28, 2008 at 4:08pm
remember 2006 LT is for non commercial use only. If you need to design stuff for your job you need to purchase a license of Pro or Standard. With that said progeSOFT has released the next version called progeCAD Smart! Http://www.progecad.com which is equivelent to progeCAD 2008 LT... Enjoy!
Comment by caddit on December 24, 2008 at 7:34pm
Ditto. Likewise Australia/NewZealand/Asia Pacific progeCAD customers will have the option to buy progeARCH and progeEARTH architectural / civil land survey software program add-ons from CADDIT (more of a discussion for MyArchN I think ;) but in any case 2009 should prove to be an exceptionally interesting year for progeCAD users :)
Comment by progeCAD USA on December 24, 2008 at 4:37pm
New happenings for progeSOFT North America and the progeCAD brand:
Very soon, with the help of Caddit (http://www.caddit.net) and iCADsales.com (http://www.icadsales.com), new products will be launched to the IntelliCAD community. Running on progeCAD, these new add-ons will allow users to increase their productivity in the areas of land preparation, architecture, and Machining. Look for further announcements here in the near future.
Comment by progeSOFT North America on December 19, 2008 at 5:46pm
Welcome to the IntelliCAD group! progeCAD IntelliCAD is a roduct that closely mimics AutoCAD in most respects. It have the same menus and commands, you can edit and save directly the same DWG files, and comes with a lot of extras like over 11,000 blocks, express toolbar, PDF import, mnu, lsp and ADS compatibility, photo realistic rendering. It you are an AutoCAD user you will be suprised at how you can sit down and use it immediately with little or no learning curve. And, the clincherr, it costs 1/10th the cost of AutoCAD!
 

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