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Jeff
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Post by Jeff » Wed May 13, 2020 12:08 pm

i went to use the Carbide Create pro I downloaded and got a licence for and it told me it had expired. I thought that it was good for 1year.
Is that not correct.
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Re: CCPro

Post by WillAdams » Sun May 17, 2020 3:36 am

I'm afraid that the process of getting a license requires certain steps be performed in a certain order:

- go to https://launch.carbide3d.com/ and create an account --- note that you'll need to use an e-mail provider which actually delivers our automated account and password e-mails --- some don't, or do so on a delay
- log in to that account in your default web browser
- click on the link in: https://community.carbide3d.com/t/carbi ... year/20918 ( https://launch.carbide3d.com/promo ) so that it will open in that web browser
- request a license
- check your list of licenses at https://launch.carbide3d.com/ --- you should see a Subscription365 license

Doing things thus, in that order should enable the 1 yr. license. If not, let us know and we'll dig deeper into it with you.
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