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  1. Hi dank0, I have decided to keep my license. Thanks Jim
  2. Thanks Ranger I stand corrected
  3. Hi Adi, It is the current Windows version 3d-Coat-V4.1.17D PRO which allows access to v4.5 betas, but will need to be a paid upgrade to v4.5 on release if so required. Jim
  4. Hi, I have withdrawn my 3DCoat v4 Pro license from sale, I might just as well keep it. Thanks anyway.
  5. Hi All, I have a 3DCoat v4 Pro license for sale for $275 that's over $100 lower than the current price. The reason for selling is quite simply that I have not used 3DCoat seriously in a very long while, it was just sitting on my harddrive. If and when a bargain is struck we will contact Pilgway for the details of transfer,PayPal payment will be required. Thanks
  6. Yes its free. http://google-latlong.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/google-earth-pro-is-now-free.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+blogspot/SbSV+(Google+LatLong)&utm_content=Google+Feedfetcher
  7. I wish they would make a GUI for zmodeler, imo it would make it much easier to use.
  8. unfortunately not but there is call for it.
  9. Yes ZBrush 4R7 released this morning 29/01/2015 Forgot to mention download includes both the 32bit and the 64bit versions.
  10. I have VoidWorld-Jan-31-13 (free) --> 3DCoat Applink works ok,check that you have it enabled though.
  11. Sorry Andrew I got called away ,it seems that the symmetry axis has to be set with every project. It seems it is the same in 4_1-11A I just never noticed, it was handy to have the symmetry angle defaulted to the last used axis when toggling the symmetry plane, in my case the X axis just me being lazy I suppose.
  12. Symmetry plane axis checkbox does not hold, has to be reselected each time.
  13. First 3DCoat tutorial at CG Cookie.com http://cgcookie.com/sculpt/cgc-courses/uv-layout-3d-coat/
  14. Thanks Steve I will give the Velleman a miss ,not sure about metal PrintrBot Simple though. I just want to be able to print out some sculpts and to familiarise myself with 3D printing, I am a bit of a tinkerer. Ideally I'm looking to spend around £700 ($1200)to print out reasonably recognisable sculpts am I being realistic or optimistic. Thanks Jim