AccuRender nXt

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will it work with revit 14?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Albert D Hart Sep 4, 2014.

 

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At 11:20am on January 23, 2015, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

Renderplus is running all of the AccuRender platforms now.  McNeel still has Flamingo which is the Rhino plugin.  Shouldn't be much confusion anymore.  These guys are very customer oriented so they should be able to help.  If you don't get a satisfactory answer let me know-- I'll talk to them.

I can't really do anything about the ADT/ACA approach to materials.  It's Autodesk that makes this difficult, not me.

At 9:33am on January 22, 2015, Roy Hirshkowitz said…

This should be a forum post-- not a private comment.

Talk to Renderplus is the Revit thing isn't working for you-- they should be able to refund your money or get you going.

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http://wiki.mcneel.com/accurender/nxt/documentation/basic/materials

The bottom of this page explains how to assign nXt materials to ACA (ADT) components.  If it's still not working create a forum post and we'll deal with it.  Lots of people have made this method work successfully.

 
 
 

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