Air Demo

Windows Users:

Download an evaluation version of Air, TweakAir, and BakeAir:

The Air 13 evaluation version expires on January 1, 2015.

Evaluation version restrictions:

1.  Rendered images are water-marked
2.  TweakAir and BakeAir image size is limited.
3.  Geometry export and vector outline export are disabled.

Linux Users:

You may request an evaluation license for the full suite of Air products by contacting SiTex Graphics sales.



SketchAir Plug-in for SketchUp 2013 & 2014

Note:  You must also have the Air demo or a full version of Air installed to render.

Use the Extensions Manager in SketchUp to install SketchAir.  The Extensions list can be found in the Preferences dialog (available from the Window menu).  Once SketchAir is installed, you can view the help file by selecting Help from the new SketchAir menu under Plugins.

See this blog post for more information on getting started with SketchAir.

We welcome feedback from all users of SketchAir.  Please send bug reports and feature requests to support@sitexgraphics.com.



Air Stream Plug-in for Maya

Note:  To render with Air from Maya, you must have both the Air Stream plug-in and a registered or evaluation copy of Air installed.  The latest Air Stream works best with Air 11.07 or later.

Download the latest Air Stream build:

Maya versions:  2010-2015
Operating systems:  32-bit & 64-bit Windows, 64-bit Linux

We welcome feedback from all users of Air Stream.  Please send bug reports and feature requests to support@sitexgraphics.com.



RhinoAir Plug-in for Rhino 4 & 5

Important!  You must have both the Air Demo (available above) and the RhinoAir plugin installed to render with Air from Rhino.

Air 13 + Rhino 5:

   RhinoAir600.zip (update December 2, 2013)

Rhino 4 SR 4+ or Rhino 5 WIP March 29, 2011 + later:

   RhinoAir500.zip (updated November 15, 2012)

Rhino 5 WIP before March 29, 2011:

   RhinoAir301.zip (updated February 28, 2011)

Rhino 4 SR 3: RhinoAir105.zip (updated July 10, 2008)
Rhino 4 SR 2 + earlier:  RhinoAir100.zip (updated May 12, 2008)

RhinoAir does not use the Rhino RDK.  RhinoAir should be compatible with other Rhino rendering plugins you may already have installed.


1.  Unzip the plugin archive to a directory.
2.  Start Rhino 4 or Rhino 5
3.  For Rhino 4 and Rhino 5 32-bit, load the RIB_Export.rhp plugin.  For Rhino 5 64-bit, load RhinoAir5_x64.rhp.
4.  Load the toolbar set AirTools.tb

See the included documentation in PDF and CHM formats for more information.  Once the plugin is installed, the RhinoAir help file should be available from the Help menu in Rhino (under Plugins -> Rhino Air).

Please send bug reports, comments, and suggestions to support@sitexgraphics.com.



User Manuals in PDF

The AIR distributions include documentation in CHM format for Windows and HTML format for Linux.  The same documentation is also available in PDF:

AIR 13.0
AIR Space



Air Material Library

Download an archive of materials for use with SketchAir, RhinoAir, and Air Space.  Materials can be edited with the new Air Material Editor.  The material library is included in the latest Air demo (in the materials directory of the Air installation).

Air Material Library (updated September 3, 2014)




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