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Using the free MEDUSA4 Personal CAD Software in Business

What you need to know about commercial use of MEDUSA4 Personal:

If you are a business, wishing to use MEDUSA4 Personal free of charge, you can register for free at the CSG eSERVICES Portal. This will allow you to request free MEDUSA4 Personal licenses and download the software for one or more computers at your office. All new licenses, as well as license updates, are free of charge. Companies wishing to use the software commercially can do so on a pay-per-result basis. Drawings can be created, saved and edited free of charge, but once they are ready to be used on a commercial project, or as part of product documentation, they need to be converted for commercial use.

MEDUSA4 Personal Download

Introducing all the functionality of the professional MEDUSA4 software free for personal use. The product allows you to import but not export data, and sheets are clearly marked "Not for Commercial Use". This can be removed for a small fee on the CSG eSERVICES

CSG eSERVICES Portal

If you are a business, wishing to use MEDUSA4 Personal free of charge, you can register for free at the CSG eSERVICES Portal.

The CSG eSERVICES portal unlocks MEDUSA4 Personal drawings for unlimited commercial use by converting any finished drawings you upload into plottable (print-ready) DXF or PDF files for as little as €2.99. Businesses do not have to pay for the software, only for commercially viable results.

What's Free for Business Users

The Software

  • The MEDUSA4 Personal 2D/3D CAD software
  • Software licenses and updates

Creating and Editing Drawings

  • Creating new drawings with MEDUSA4 Personal
  • Saving work in progress as *.SHE files
  • Importing and editing existing DXF drawings or symbols
  • Importing colour or monochrome raster data
  • Online tutorials and user documentation
  • Online help, support and FAQs
  • User forums in English and German


What Business Users Have to Pay for

  • Releasing drawings for documentation
  • Releasing drawings for production
  • Releasing drawings to customers
  • Releasing drawings for patent or other official registrations
  • Releasing drawings to be published in a commercial publication
  • Releasing drawings for any commercial (for profit) use
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