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Jan 16, 2008

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Steve G

I would change the title to Pro/E Wildfire 4. V11 which is when I started using it came out in 1993 I think. I would guess that V4 came out in 1990? :-)

Edwin Muirhead

For me, Wildfire 4.0 bringing a simple version of CETOL Tolerance analysis is the compelling reason to upgrade...
I also heard about PTC's idea of dropping the Wildfire tag - but people have latched on to it so widely it'll be hard to shake. I wonder if Mathcad's new development codename will make it into the world...?
Ed
Also see a short post from Boston @
http://cadmincouk.blogspot.com/2008/01/boston-in-snow-ptcuser-tcs-wildfire-40.html

Dietmar Rudolph

"persistently and dynamically protect intellectual property when collaborating through additional levels of security" ...
Yup, already go that one: "CADVault for AutoCAD", see www.cadlock.com

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