AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

We have decided to start on some reference manuals - both printed and eBook, and we have the first one ready for use.



You can purchase this from Amazon for just $4.99, even better, you can download a sample to see if it would be of value to you.

Rendering with AutoCAD (using nXtRender)

Most of the book is available in one form or another on our websites and forum, but the Kindle version makes it easier to use - to find stuff by searching, etc. Take a look, and if you have any ideas for improvements, put them here on the Forum.

The Print version will be available in a few days - for people, (like me), who find a printed reference manual much easier to use.

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I downloaded this to my iPad and it is a nice addition to have next to my computer. Well done Al!

Thanks Daniel,

I noticed that external links to the documentation pages not included in the manual load directly into the Kindle App, and also your videos - which are referenced on several pages - they show directly from the Kindle App. It is a little tricky to find the Done/Back button when you want to return to the manual.

Ditto for internal links within the manual - it will jump to the new page - there is a back button to return to the article you were reading, but it is tricky to find it.

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