Thank you for the free Alibre Design Xpress software. Everything downloaded perfectly, and it seems that you have added a new display on loging in to help people get started. Also, I have absolutely no experience whatsoever with CAD or CAM software.
I did look through your tutorials and they are good. But I don't learn that way. Too much information, and I prefer a book. Going to school in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, and 80s (I took a decade off) made my cognitive style book oriented. What I like is an example that walks you all the way thru the design of a simple part. During that process I start to pick up the concepts that are made functional by the Windows process. Tutorials require too much short term memory, and a real incentive to learn. I had a heck of a time with graduate work in a simulation course based on Fortran. Way too much short term memory required.
Well, I tried to order your "$79 Ad-Free Learning Kit - Upgrade Alibre Design Xpress to work On or Offline without Ads, plus get a printed User Guide and Installation CD." Clicking on that url doesn't take me to that offering. So how do I order the "$79 ...." offering?
Thanks for your help.
There should be an "additional items" at the bottom of that page.
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