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- From: G Vishwanath <gvshwnth(--nospam--at)yahoo.com>
- Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2007 07:13:02 -0700 (PDT)
I was wondering if someone could give me a ballpark figure on what one seat
of the Tekla Software runs.
They had pulled out a few teeth. Analysis was not included.
Some facilities for creating output for CNC machines in some specialized formats were also disabled.
You can opt for a "lite" version and get it at an even lower price.
In India there is deferred payment scheme.
You can pay in four instalments spread out over a year.
With a liberal budget, and a plan to buy multiple licenses, you can do a bit of arm twisting and get them to agree on much lower prices.
We bought our fourth license for US $16,000 last year.
Is there a voice chatting cyber place out there that steel detailers
gather for direct communication?
Randy, Ed, what you think? Are you up to the task or should I create
There was one quite some time ago but that was not voice chat.
I used to log in and found no one else logged in.
The hours were not unearthly.
In spite of that there wasn't a soul around.
The deathly silence resembed haunted portals.
Even the number of messages to the list have been reducing over the years.
People seem to be too busy.
What is good software to capture partial screen shots of rendered 3D models?
I have been using Snag-It but it loses resolution when I paste it into an
e-mail. Thanks for your advice.
Clint Strain, P.E.
Tekla Structures has a built-in facility to capture screen shots.
It saves it as a bmp file.
The file size is large.
We convert it to jpg and reduce the file size drastically with a small reduction in picture quality.
Have you tried sending the mail as an external attachment instead of pasting it into the mail?
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