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IPK2013
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License question

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05-31-2013 07:09 AM

Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,

 

We use the software solution “Autodesk Inventor Professional 64-Bit-Edition” as an education version.

 

Is it possible to use this version for R&D to create parts for a prototype with an industrial partner without violating license agreements? In concrete we want to do R&D for the customer and design parts for his prototype. These parts then will be manufactured by other companies (so of course they need the drafts created with the software).

 

Thank you for a reply!

 

Kind regards

 

Simon

 

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Re: License question

05-31-2013 07:35 AM in reply to: IPK2013

Hi Simon and welcome to the forums.

 

The student versions of our software are supposed to be used only by students and faculty of degree-granting educational institutions and only for learning and teaching purposes.

 

I hope this helps!



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Re: License question

05-31-2013 08:35 AM in reply to: camilo.lemos

you need to buy a commericial license

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