The nTopology-EOS 2022 Responsible Part Challenge Winners Announced
Today, we are thrilled to announce the winners of the nTopology and EOS 2022 Responsible Part Challenge. The challenge had an exceptional reception from students all around the world, submitting diverse projects spanning…
Introducing nTopology’s New Latticing Technology
We are excited to announce the release of nTopology’s 3rd generation latticing technology, the most advanced lattice generation tool available today!
What is Design for Additive Manufacturing?
Understanding Design for Additive Manufacturing is essential if you use 3D printing anywhere in your production process. But where should you begin? This guide explains the basics of DfAM and introduces the intermediate…
Guide to Lattice Structures in Additive Manufacturing
Lattice structures are becoming increasingly common in product design. But what are they exactly, and how can you take advantage of them to develop the next generation of high-performing 3D printed products? This…
Lightweighting Applications through Smart Engineering Design
Lightweighting technology leads to improved performance, increased energy efficiency, reduced manufacturing costs, and greener products. This article shares lightweighting application examples from the automotive, aerospace, heavy machinery, medical, and sporting goods industries for…
8 Benefits of Lightweighting in Manufacturing & Engineering
Lightweighting isn’t a new concept in engineering, but its relevance and importance are evolving. Find out why lightweighting matters today and how you can maximize its potential benefits by applying the latest developments…
Structural Optimization: 7 Design Tips for Lighter Designs
Lightweighting means more than just reducing mass. Through smart design techniques, you can maximize product functionality and minimize costs. Here are seven design tips for efficient structural design.
Automotive Lightweighting: Achieving Radical Gains Through Design
When it comes to designing cars, saving weight is a top priority. But there is more to it than just swapping steel for aluminum, or tearing out the back seats.
We gave nTop to Students: Here’s what they Designed
nTopology partnered with a senior-level Virginia Tech engineering class to help students develop products for Additive Manufacturing. The students embraced the unique capabilities of the nTopology software and designed some exceptional final projects.