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Is there a lower cost way to get occasional access to a Solidworks licence?

Question asked by Bill Phillips on Jan 25, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 25, 2015 by Brian McEwen

I am an intermittent user of Solidworks in a small business, so I can't justify the full licence cost.  I'm looking for a low cost way of getting assess to Solidworks when I need it.


For example,

  • Is there a low cost option from Solidworks for startups, or a pay-per-usage licence?
  • is there an online provider of Solidworks that allows users to borrow a licence for the allowed 30 days.  In other words, the provider would have Solidworks installed on their network, and allow other users to borrow a 30 day licence for a fee.