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Jun 23, 2023


Tim Neumann

Why does a CAD program have to cost 20 grand? Is it due to a slicker interface, comprehensive command set and etc. or is it more along the lines of "well, this is THE cad program for the likes of fortune 500 companies only?

To be honest though wouldn't mind taking a 20 grand program for a spin, w/o the pesky sales people hounding me.

Ralph Grabowski

The $20,000 price tag is one I have in the past seen quoted for the likes of a Catia or Pro/E. These would be the ones fully fitted out with every add-on offered by the CAD vendor.
As well, having a high price makes the big-time customer feel good.


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