I work at a Non-Profit Science Museum. I am looking for a Rhino commercial single-user license, since my trial version expires soon.
Thank you! I am looking for a slightly cheaper license option if available. Probably somebody wanting to sell their old license at a discounted price. Although this is a great deal. Thank you for sharing.
i added a question mark to your title. it read like you want to sell it rather then looking for one.
the only option i know of is if you are a registered student you get a real good deal. otherwise you could ask a local dealer if they can give you some reduction, but i am not sure that is possible, the only dealer i know is @Helvetosaur maybe he knows something. it of course depends where you are.
Thank you for adding the question mark!
I am not a registered student and am based in Michigan. I’ve been in touch with the local dealers but they can’t help without an education accreditation from the State of Michigan.I will try to contact more authorized dealers. Thank you for your input.
sure, hope you get lucky. just for my curiosity, as a NPO science museum what do you need rhino for? to develop installation facility or for science projects themselves? sounds interesting.
another idea, if thats an alternative at all, would be to consult local universities (architecture for instance) that they shall send out an internal email to recruit somebody with a valid student license to help out in an interesting job. since those licences can even be used commercially which in your case would not apply of course, but they would be fully equipped in any way to help out. and you could do that even over seas, some people would be glad to travel and come and work for a while, even if not paid. give people from abroad a chance to blend in.
Good question. I use it to design the exhibits. I usually like having access to both Fusion and Rhino. It helps. But it is increasingly difficult to afford a software if you do not qualify for an educational / NPO discount.
I appreciate your comment about opening the projects for students, I think sometimes it’s possible and other times not. The museum has worked with students in the past on smaller projects.
Get somebody who does qualify for educational license to buy it for you. McNeel gets the $$ and you’re happy.
Well there are quite a few of us in here… Some local resellers might be able to give you a small discount, but in the US it will be almost impossible for them to beat Novedge’s price unless they sell to you at cost…
As far as the educational license is concerned, McNeel is pretty specific about the conditions necessary to qualify.
You do need to be actually enrolled in a school program as a student or be an employee of an accredited educational institution. NPO’s do not qualify unfortunately.
That’s not legal in that it violates the McNeel EULA. Individual educational licenses are personal and not transferable.
It should be illegal to sell R6 in a state it’s in.
Return it (all 26) for full credit if it isn’t up to your standards… Personally I have hundreds of satisfied clients.
I bet they’re using R7 WIP already.
Nope. Most don’t even know it exists.
i am pretty sure you are taking this a bit too serious. generally i dont understand that idea of smashing somebody the quit option into the face.
No, not at all… Just replying in kind. Simply a reminder that the money-back option is always on the table.
a reminder which is by all means not needed, not at all, and most definitely not here. i grasped the humorous idea, it seems sense of humour is a rare one recently.
If the museum is worthy then you could get them to crowd fund the basic tools needed to set up exhibitions.
Senses of humor are as many and varied as there are Rhino users and ways to use Rhino…
that is pretty general and does not justify cynicism. but what do i know, those fl-atters did not reveal that you are actually humouring us and as long as it is ambivalent i call it unnecessary spoiling each others mood. over and out