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Rhino3D 5 for OSX now € 295,- (€ 356,95 incl VAT)

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This is a great bargain, I have been using Rhino for some years, and the OSX version was always a free beta,

and was not completely functional,

for Autocad users it easy to use, as the commands are mostly the same :)

I don't know how long the bargain is going to last, but € 200,- cheaper is a lot :)

http://www.rhino3d.com/sales/europe/Netherlands/all/?PageSpeed=noscript

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After contact with a distributor, it seems that the full version  for OSX is not comparable with the full Win version,

he will send me a list of differences that are not on the OSX version.

Like Plug-ins is not working at the moment, but will be implemented soon as a free upgrade.

But even with the Beta version, I could do all the things I wanted to get great parts to print :)

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and yes I forgot this is ex VAT,

total price is € 356,95 incl VAT

that is more close to uncomfortably too expensive :(

Guess I'll have to try and buy it with US dollars, that is much cheaper :)

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