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What if anyone in the world could install Solid Works for free and then pay as you play, /hr.A credit card or paypal account would need to be on record. Pay the hourly cost of using phone support, maybe like

What if anyone in the world could install Solid Works for free and then pay as you play, $5/hr.A credit card or paypal account would need to be on record. Pay the hourly cost of using phone support, maybe like $1 a minute (so talk quick), or get a SWX big brother that you can count on for help.Soildworks is not expensive - Pro-e (creo) costs a lot more for instance.Buying a new seat of something maintenance or renting/suscription per month - the buying and maintenance option is expensive. The just renting/monthly subscription would be preferable to even have a chance of making a business model for change.There are software companies that specialize in FEA solutions that do a similar thing you describe....they've done it for years.The engineering firm gets the software for an inexpensive price...can set up their design model for processing (constraints, loads, etc.), then are charged to upload and run the analysis.

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What if anyone in the world could install Solid Works for free and then pay as you play, $5/hr.

A credit card or paypal account would need to be on record. Pay the hourly cost of using phone support, maybe like $1 a minute (so talk quick), or get a SWX big brother that you can count on for help.

Soildworks is not expensive - Pro-e (creo) costs a lot more for instance.

Buying a new seat of something maintenance or renting/suscription per month - the buying and maintenance option is expensive. The just renting/monthly subscription would be preferable to even have a chance of making a business model for change.

There are software companies that specialize in FEA solutions that do a similar thing you describe....they've done it for years.

a minute (so talk quick), or get a SWX big brother that you can count on for help.Soildworks is not expensive - Pro-e (creo) costs a lot more for instance.Buying a new seat of something maintenance or renting/suscription per month - the buying and maintenance option is expensive. The just renting/monthly subscription would be preferable to even have a chance of making a business model for change.There are software companies that specialize in FEA solutions that do a similar thing you describe....they've done it for years.The engineering firm gets the software for an inexpensive price...can set up their design model for processing (constraints, loads, etc.), then are charged to upload and run the analysis.

Basically I can't see any financial benefit for a company I can only see changing the software costing companies money.Most of these tools rely on 3rd parties to fill functional gaps.So the conversation is more about, and I hate this word, "ecosystems" than CAD capabilities.I agree Onshape doesn't provide the history-based functionality of SW.

I do find it an interesting conversation on the capabilities of the mid-range market CAD tools.I too am a small company and I'm with you but I'll retire a time before you.



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