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    Hi.

    I am working in a small company in Denmark. We are building semi permanent shelter solutions for refugee camps in Middle East and Africa. We are sponsored by NGO's and health organizations around the world.

    Anyone experienced that Revit/Autodesk would be open to giving one license away for a periode?

    Of course i would like to recommend that we in the future and as we grow will be using only Revit?

    The main problem is that we are using SketchUP, and it is really not working well compared to revit? Especially with high demands on exact dimensions and callouts(details).

    Thanks in advance

    Danni Kristensen

    Lifeshelter.com

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    I have no idea, but it can't hurt to contact somebody at Autodesk I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
    I have no idea, but it can't hurt to contact somebody at Autodesk I suppose.
    Thanks for the response.

    Maybe someone in here has tried or heard about something similar

    I contacted them by phone earlier today, but it wasn't much answer to get there, so any links or contacts i can get would be much appreciated.

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    Hi Danni,

    I'm based in the Netherlands, but we work with a Danish company who is a distributor of Autodesk software. They are called Future Group, they might be able to help you, or at least advise you who to contact within the Autodesk organisation.

    https://futuregroup.fi/en/contact/

    Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DK_Lifeshelter View Post
    Hi.

    I am working in a small company in Denmark. We are building semi permanent shelter solutions for refugee camps in Middle East and Africa. We are sponsored by NGO's and health organizations around the world.

    Anyone experienced that Revit/Autodesk would be open to giving one license away for a periode?

    Of course i would like to recommend that we in the future and as we grow will be using only Revit?

    The main problem is that we are using SketchUP, and it is really not working well compared to revit? Especially with high demands on exact dimensions and callouts(details).

    Thanks in advance

    Danni Kristensen

    Lifeshelter.com
    I used to work for an Autodesk re-seller several years ago and I know that some free licences existed at the time, those licenses were called NOT FOR RESELL or something like that, I'm not sure if that exist yet but it cost nothing to ask!!, regards

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