AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Dear Sirs,

For years I used AR3 and AR4 for rendering and it was very simple to me rotate tiles in floor materials. For now I can't find how to do the same thing in NXT Render. Can you help me?

Thans in advance,

Best Regards,


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Mike is right-- just to elaborate-- on the Materials Tab there is a toolbar with a Quick Mapping button on it.  Let me know if you still can't figure it out.

Hello Roy, I found the tool, but it maps the texture and not the tiles. I want my floor stand diagonally.

Thank you,


Is this what you had in mind ? (rotated 30 degrees).  If not, I'm not understanding you.   Include a picture if it helps.

Ok Roy, I've got it. When this work has finished I'll send the picture for you to see. Thank you, Regina

 you can change the orientation also in the material itself.  When you click on the texture map, you will see the orientation tab where you can rotate the map.

Ian, I appreciate your attention, but the solution you suggested me doesn't work on NXT. Anyway Roy has given me the solution. Thank you, Regina




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