AccuRender nXt

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Hi everybody, I was looking for some nxt materials to download from accustudio website, but it seems that the're changing the site and the section "nxt materials" disappeared. Could someone please pass me all water materials? Thanks

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You can still access the old site here: http://www.accustudio.com/joomla15

EDIT: I see that the site is there, but not the materials. Back to square one.

I've already tried it before posting my post!

Garret Diduck said:

You can still access the old site here: http://www.accustudio.com/joomla15

EDIT: I see that the site is there, but not the materials. Back to square one.

Die Materialien sind doch alle da, oder habe ich da was falsch verstanden.

Sind jetzt in Unterverzeichnissen und einzelnen Ordnern.

Alfons

The materials are back... at least the download, the thumbnails still need to be associated.

Thanks Daniel, I'll try soon.

Daniel Hargreaves said:

The materials are back... at least the download, the thumbnails still need to be associated.

Could you provided a link?

Daniel Hargreaves said:

The materials are back... at least the download, the thumbnails still need to be associated.

accustudio.com > Exchange > Materials > nXt

Thanks gotten it.

Daniel Hargreaves said:

accustudio.com > Exchange > Materials > nXt

Only it seem you have to re-register as my old login settings do not work.

Daniel Hargreaves said:

The materials are back... at least the download, the thumbnails still need to be associated.

Yes, all of the users had to removed for the new site.

Ok.

Daniel Hargreaves said:

Yes, all of the users had to removed for the new site.

All of the materials are back with only 12 thumbnails left to do. I have also loaded some new materials, a couple of cherry veneers and 10 new high gloss paint colors.

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