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10/15 Newsletter

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

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F/X CAD - The Answer to Your AutoCAD Upgrade Questions 

Times are tough and every penny counts. With the new AutoCAD file format in the 2013 version, there is more pressure to upgrade your CAD platform. The good news, is that Land F/X has their own CAD platform called F/X CAD. F/X CAD is a fully legitimate AutoCAD license, it's just packaged, supported, maintained, and modified by Land F/X. It's very similar to AutoCAD LT where it's limited in functionality -- no 3D editing, no AutoLISP capability -- but with Land F/X and SketchUp for it's 3D, it's all you need in a CAD engine. The best part is, is that you will receive Land F/X support for all your CAD issues/questions.

What if I need to work from home or off my laptop?
We have you covered! F/X CAD is for a single activation, however it can be installed on multiple computers.  Using our License Transfer tool, you can move your license from your home computer, to your laptop, to your work computer. 

What is this going to cost me?
All of this is offered to you for only $1995.

What about upgrade costs?
You can upgrade your F/X CAD to the next version for only $250. As long as you keep your Land F/X or Irrigation F/X license current, you do not have to upgrade your F/X CAD every year. If you decide to skip years it will take five years to accrue up to $1995, where you would just repurchase a new F/X CAD license.

Still curious? Test it for yourself for free! 
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WEBINAR THURSDAY: Manufacturer Spotlight on Guardshack Enclosures

This Friday we will be doing a Supporting Manufacturer webinar with Guard Shack Enclosures.  This will take place at 10AM PST, and will feature a collaborative informational webinar with Dave and Guard Shack's Ed Toaspern.  Sign up with Krystal to learn more about backflow cages and enclosures,  such as the new top of line products and when to specify them in your CAD drawings.  To learn more about Guard Shack products, continue reading a highlight from our sponsor.
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Two New Videos Posted

If you are newer to the software, we have two recent webinars posted to our Video Page that would be great for helping you get started with Land F/X. In Lifecycle of a Project, Dave covers the utilization of CAD and technology in a landscape architecture project. And in last Friday's Getting Started, Dave covers what you should do when first setting up Land F/X. If you come across any questions during the webinar, please send them over to Support for answers. 

Don't miss next week's webinar on Exisiting Irrigation Plans, or this Friday's Manufacturer Spotlight on Guardshack Enclosures
Purdue University

9 Universities in 9 Days

We are halfway through our whirlwind trip to show off Land F/X to nine different universities.  Last week was Texas A&M, Ohio State, University of Georgia, Kansas State, and Purdue.  This week will be Louisiana State, West Virginia, Ball State, and University of Guelph.  Jeremiah's one-hour presentation starts with some photos of some hallmark projects done with Land F/X, and then shows a brief overview of some of the tools that can assist students.  So far the students have been very appreciative, vocal, some even taking the time to personally thank us for doing what we do, helping Landscape Architects. 
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  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 1: WEBINAR THURSDAY: Manufacturer Spotlight on Guardshack Enclosures
  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 2: Two New Videos Posted
  • Newsletter Sub-Heading 3: 9 Universities in 9 Days
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