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advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Build 008 --

More complete material-based lighting.  Objects can become emitters using material properties.

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Build 009

New build featuring a new look and feel.  This product is an early demo-- just for fun-- not to be confused with nXtRender for AutoCAD which is a rebranding of the original.

Here's an example of the material-based lighting introduced in Build 008:

Hi Roy - just for fun I tried the new build 9 64 version on completely clean new machine, and got error "The program can't start because ArObjects.dll is missing from your computer. Try reinstalling the program to fix this problem". This happened when trying to open an sketchup file.

Just tried with an obj export from sketchup and it works great

Hmmm.... interesting that nobody tried this-- I released the skp stuff months ago.  I can fix this very easily, give me a few minutes.

There's a new 64-bit installer that should fix this.  Let me know when you get a chance.

Thanks Roy it now works.

Hi Roy how can I open a Project that I do in cad with Nxt in NXT Studio I need to save in special format

Use the AutoLisp command (nxtwrite) to create a .nXtScene file.  You can also load .rhp, .obj and .skp directly.

Thanks Roy!!!!!!!

Roy I can't find the (nxtwrite) in nxtstudio file

Open AutoCAD and load your model, then at the command line type (nxtwrite) include the parentheses and it will allow you to export the model to a .nXtScene file. 

Thanks Daniel

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