After last Monday's hiatus, my weekly post on promos and new releases is back. The big news today (well, not new news anymore, but still worth sharing) is the release of Keyshot 4.2. Also, below you will find the details of our two current V-Ray specials. And don't forget that Autodesk's mail-in-rebates end this week.
Keyshot 4.2 has major updates geared to make life easier for all its users. From the ability to create groups in the Project Scene tree to saving revisions of a scene, you will find it easier to organize your data and control rendered environments in this new version. Get your copy here.
V-Ray for 3ds Max
Have you been thinking of adding V-Ray for 3ds Max to your software library? Now it's the best time. If you purchase v. 2.4, you will be upgraded for free to version 3.0 as soon as it is released and you will also receive two additional render nodes for free. Check the details here or contact Bob Thayer, our Sales Specialist, at 1 866 362 8970.
V-Ray for SketchUp and Rhino
If you are freelancers and/or a member of the AIA, you can save up to $150 when you purchase V-Ray for SketchUp or V-Ray for Rhino. Contact Bob Thayer, our Sales Specialist, at 1 866 362 8970, to verify eligibility.
Autodesk Mail-in Rebate ends on October 25th!
There are only a few days left to take advantage of Autodesk's mail-in rebate on stand alone products and suites. These rebates range from $400 to $1,500. This is one of the best deals you'll ever get to purchase AutoCAD, Revit or any of the Autodesk Suites you've been waiting for.
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