I'm pretty sure that this list is maintenance dependent.
If a maintenance item has expired, it should not show up on the list.
I'd rather be wrong about that, though.
Do I presume you have maintenance then?
If you do then it's a real con.I paid thousands of pounds for my licence and I would expect to at least have some basic downloads for that money.
I'm off to Solidworks.
The download link looks like it is pulling the files from the Creo 1.0 install files. Do you have a physical copy of the Creo 1 install disk around? The files might be on that.
I went to SW and I tell you that PTC and SW feed off each other.
SW policies are no better, and may actually be worse.
They went public on their back-pay for maintenance first.
PTC quietly followed.
I bought SW and promptly discontinues their version of maintenance.
It really is a lot less tool than Creo, and therefore ~20% less $.
That is to say that Creo, with its Pro|E core, is a lot more reliable in the long run.
Company policies, however, yes, I agree... You get into CAD and you might as well open your pockets to everyone.
I am adamant about not adding Creo extensions.
And every client I tell that they need to cover the cost of the extension basically decides that it wasn't that important after all.
That sets the true value of these overpriced and underwhelming tools that are being offered by PTC.
If it is part of your daily routine, sure. But even Creo is 10x what I need to make a living.
Unfortunately I don't have these files. I jumped from ProE Wildfire 3 to Creo 2. I didn't have a licence before as I was working for someone else but when I decided to go it alone I had to buy a new licence. Strangely I have actually noticed that I DO have a manikin, but only one adult.
It's in C/ Program files /PTC/ Creo 2 /common files/M100/manikin_lite/PTC_MANIKIN