Bend, OR (PRWEB) January 23, 2013
Today CADavenue is offering new pricing options for its Mechanical Engineering Suite. The new CAD engineering software's pricing will allow users choose between 4 different configurations.
Owner, Victor Abela states "The new pricing tier allow engineers to better configure Mech-Q and pay for only the options they need."
Users will be able to choose from a 2D only version of Mech-Q or whether they need a materials reporting option called BOM.
Mech-Q is engineering software developed by ASVIC.com for AutoCAD®. CADavenue.com is the US and Canadian outlet for Mech-Q.
Victor continues "We understand many engineering firms want to start with a 2D only package. If at a later date they wish to upgrade to 3D we will offer them a way to trade-in their older versions."
The engineering software includes over 100 utilities to create Piping, Ducting, Mechanical or Structural elements within AutoCAD®. Various pull-downs and tool bars also integrate into AutoCAD®'s toolbar.
The new pricing tier is affective today and also includes a special 2 for 1 licensing promotion offer - good only for January 2013.
More about CADavenue and their trial download are available at http://www.cadavenue.com or phone them at 888-271-7121.
Headquartered in Bend, Oregon, CADavenue is subsidiary of ASVIC.com. ASVIC is a developer and distributor of CAD-based software products for Engineers and Architects and is located in Queensland, Australia.