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Discover the New License Types in Maxwell 4

October 6, 2016 News, Technology 164 Comments

What’s changed with Maxwell 4 licensing? We’ve “unzipped” the old, generic Maxwell Suite package from V3, and Maxwell 4 license seats are now based on the 3D platform that you use. This means that you only pay for the tool…

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MaxwellZone – Rendering Tips, Tutorials, Materials and more

June 30, 2016 Technology, Tips 2 Comments

Hello everyone! This week we are happy to welcome on the blog our friend Mihai Iliuta. Mihai has recently created Maxwell Zone - a hub for Maxwell tutorials, tips, discussions and a 25-hour video course. We caught up with Mihai…

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15 Tutorials to Master V3 Maxwell for SketchUp

June 14, 2016 Technology, Tips 1 Comment

Hello everyone! The Maxwell blog is back with some long-awaited tutorials for Maxwell for SketchUp V3, which were kindly provided by our old friend Jason Maranto, an artist who specializes in training and teaching. Whether you're a complete beginner or…

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How to work in parallel inside your 3D app and Maxwell Studio

April 28, 2016 Technology, Tips 1 Comment

Hello everyone, We are back with an insider tip from our very own Product Specialist, Fernando Tella. Fer is long-time user of Maxwell Render, ever since the alpha version in 2005! Ten years later he joined the Maxwell team. Now he is…

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Hampshire College students take on Maxwell Render

We love seeing what students do with their free educational licenses but we also love seeing how universities across the globe are implementing Maxwell technology into their curriculum! Which is why we decided to speak with Chris Perry, an associate professor of Media…

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Making-of Mouthwatering Noodle Animation with Maxwell Render & RealFlow

February 4, 2016 Customer stories, Tips 1 Comment

Hello guys! This week our blog entry includes a making-of video very different from last week's Bronx Museum sunlight experiment set in the future. Taiwanese artist Chun-Yu (James) Yang has done a mouthwatering animation using both Maxwell Render and RealFlow.…

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