The Responsible Part Challenge, 2022
April 4 - June 13, 2022 Registration is now closed. Are you using nTopology in a class, for a student race team, as part of your thesis, or for a capstone project? If…
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.
Why We Give nTopology for Free to Students & Academics
Learn more about nTopEd, nTopology's education community, why we are committed to investing in this program, and how to join the community.
Stratasys and nTopology Design Competition: Best 3D Printed Fixture or Tool Design
The Stratasys and nTopology design competition committee is proud to announce the winners of the 2021 Best 3D Printed Fixture or Tool Design Competition.
The 2021 nTopEd Challenge Winners Announced
Today, we are thrilled to announce the winners of our 2021 nTopEd Challenge. The challenge had an exceptional reception from students all around the world, submitting diverse projects spanning from engineering and product…
nTopEd Competition: Submissions now open!
We have an exciting opportunity for nTopEd, nTopology’s Education Community. We’re looking for innovators, entrepreneurs, and engineering talents to present in three 15-minute academic speaking slots during our first annual thought-leadership event happening…
Virginia Tech’s DREAMS Lab Student Projects
Virginia Tech’s “Additive Manufacturing” course of Fall 2020 featured a group of forty senior-level undergraduate and graduate students from across the College of Engineering. This class focused on AM technologies — the process…
Education and nTop in 2020: Bring it to Your Classroom
While education has been mostly virtual this year, our nTopEd community has continued to grow. We quickly learned how to adapt and flourish in this new normal. Check out below how some schools…