AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

With Layer Material Schemes you can save sets of material assignments for your model, and then quickly reload them into the same model or other models.

Daniel has created a video to show you how to use it.

You can read more about it here: Layer Material Schemes

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Which problem still exists? The one you had in AutoCAD 2011 or the one you reported in AutoCAD 2018? Or both?

both the problems still exist

please solve materials scheme first

unable to download new arnxt for 2018

pls send link

Out latest downloads are on our downloads page:

http://renderplus.com/wp2/download/?product=autodesk

Here are the direct links to the files to download, if you need them:

64 bit version:

http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/nXtRender/arnxt64_0358-RI18.exe

32 bit version:

http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/nXtRender/arnxt_0358-RI18.exe

In this version you can access the Material Scheme dialog by typing in:

NXT_LAYER_MATERIALS

or selecting the icon from the Materials Panel in newer releases.

I installed and tested this in all the versions of AutoCAd that I have from 2012 through 2019. I no longer have AutoCAD 2011 installed anywhere that still runs, but AutoCAD 2011 uses the same modules and the ones for AutoCAD 2012 (R18), so it should work for that also.

Let me know if it works for you.

Thanks Rich

Got the downloads

When i run it, it doesnt take my password for ARnXt

what should i do

will u allow my comp MKA & laptop

or i uninstall it and then go back to old version

pls help

To use the latest version, you would need to renew your license.

Otherwise, you will have to reinstall the older version that works with your current license number.

back to square one

when i installed older version arnxt64_0358-QF23 in autocad 2018 i dont get layer material schemes

I just installed arnxt64_0358-QF23 here and the Layer Schemes dialog appears in AutoCAD 2018 for me.

Try downloading this install and installing it again:

http://www.renderplus.com/downloads/nXtRender/arnxt64_0358-QF23d.exe

It should be available by clicking on this button:

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