Read through the DAZ Integration post that Jim wrote up. For use outside of DAZ, you only need to use DAZ for the initial setup.
When AT installs, it puts a new menu in DAZ. That menu allows you to send the animation and read the cloth. The “animation” can be just your figure. It doesn’t need actual animation. When you do the export that way, it asks you where you want to save it. Where you choose is where your AT creation is written. I chose a folder on my desktop. It writes out an OBJ, which you can then open in any software you like; Max, in your case, I believe.
You must do this step, as the path to that DAZ character is needed to write the cloth file to. Otherwise it does write, or I have not found where.
It will overwrite each time you save the cloth, so rename the OBJ if your going to keep it in the same folder and make more.