Founded by Bradley Rothenberg just four years ago in New York, nTopology has rapidly become one of the most appreciated generative software tools. In order to expand capabilities beyond lattice design, to address the entire engineering workflow, the company is now introducing the nTop Platform, which enables users to create lighter, higher-performing parts with functional requirements built right in.
The new nTop Platform lets users do things such as lightweight parts with a variety of approaches that include lattices, gyroid infill, and topology optimization. Users can iterate faster by leveraging existing CAD or mesh data, built-in simulation, and nTop’s ability to create reusable workflows in ways that traditional engineering software could never achieve. Above all, the nTop Platform was built to address the need to automate processes.
Leveraging an enterprise-grade knowledge sharing system, nTop lets engineers securely share engineering workflows across their teams. This includes the ability to automate highly-complex workflows from design concept through optimization, simulation, and build preparation. The software is built to encompass the full idea-to-manufacture process, and through its workflow automation tools it enables shockingly rapid iteration and reusability.
A new and more advanced computational modeling environment enables unprecedented design complexity, as the design tools allow engineers to work both faster and more effectively. The system also integrates seamlessly into existing engineering workflows: it can import and export any CAD file, and has built-in integrations with the most powerful and popular modeling, simulation, and product lifecycle management software out there.