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Amazing this information. Thanks alot!
SpeedCut is a awesome tool! Would love to also see it be implemented into blender!
Have a look at a free Blender and 3DS Max Connector pack that features two small scripts for these popular apps. The author states the workflow here is simple — just send and get models (FBX format).
Please note that Personal, Indie and Studio Licenses are available. Personal licenses do not apply to companies. When it comes to Indie and Studios licenses, scripts cannot be redistributed or resold unless as embedded components of electronic/interactive media.
To install the scripts, you should extract “_BMAX_xxx” archive.
– Drag and drop MZP file into the 3DS Max viewport, and you will find a Blender icon at the main toolbar
– User preferences > Add-ons > Install from file…> select ZIP file.
Changing BMAX working folder — double-click right button on the dialog background.
Changing BMAX working folder — Add-ons > import-export Bmax > select path.
You can learn more and get the pack here.