AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

We are raising the price of new licenses nXtRender (the new name for nXt) tomorrow. We will wait until the end of the day to give anyone who forgot to order a copy time to get the order placed. To purchase a new license for nXtRender, use this link: Purchase

If you want to continue to use your existing license, you can use it as long as you want, with builds up through Build 318, without having to purchase a new license or renew your existing license.

If you do want to renew your license for nXt or AR5, we are giving you an additional 30 days to decide whether to renew it now at the price of $120.00, or wait until later when you decide you want to take advantage of any new features, or new builds. The renewal price of $120.00 will be valid through April 1, 2013. For more information, visit Renewals

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The same key you enter into the product.  We ended up calling it a product key.

Hello,

I need to transfer my AccuRenderNXT software to a new computer.  Unfortunately, I've misplaced the authorization codes.  Can I get that information?

 

Regards,

Steve Pinto

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