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  1. cdschroer

    PTMFitter software download link

    We recently discovered that the PTM software is no longer available from the HPLabs website. We have placed both the Mac and Windows versions of the PTMFitter in a dropbox along with the license file from HP. You can get the software from here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jfsy0lhxu6zv4i4/AADJpq6E_GJmNw_s5C8r94CVa?dl=0 Also - many papers on PTM and RTI are by Tom Malzbender - and you can find them on his personal website: https://sites.google.com/site/tommalzbender/
  2. The PTM fitter plug-in is no more available from HP lab site. Could anyone share it? Thanks. Sophia
  3. Hi, I really had trouble getting my IT department to install the RTI builder application. Now it is installed - after a month of quarrels. And now I get all the way to fitting the PTM so I tried the only fitter.exe file I could find - the hshfitter. And I got the message Unknown Error Detected! I'm assuming the PTM fitter file should be in the Fitters folder but I as I said - I can only find the HSHfitter. I looked around in the other folders and found something in the Plugins folder - and found a folder called PTMfitter - but looking into that I find a .txt file and a PTMfitterPlugin.jar file. Can anyone help me? Did the IT department mess up the program?
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