nTopology and COVID-19

We are here to help

Bradley Rothenberg
March 24, 2020

First and foremost, we hope that you and your family are safe and remain healthy during this unprecedented time as we’re globally working together to try and stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Here are a few things we are doing in order to help the current situation. First, we’ve switched to an entirely remote workforce while still continuing normal operations — all events that we would have held at our office are now happening virtually & they have been going well: For training, this means we can even host a lot more than the 12 or so people that max out nTop workshops on site. 

Our team is working around the clock to ensure there is even more training material & videos up on our support page. Additionally, we will be going live on a regular basis with nTop tips & new workflows — we’ll also be featuring some of our top users from the community throughout these events. You can stay up to date through our newsletter as to the schedule of live events, webinars, trainings, etc.

If you’re at home & would like to try out nTop, reach out to sales@ntopology.com & we can issue you a trial license to get started.

Also as a reminder, if you’re at home & away from your usual workstation you’re allowed to use your nTop license from any computer.

Lastly, if you are working on a design/engineering project that could help in the fight against COVID-19 & you think our software can be of use, we’re here to support with software, engineering resources and training. 

Most importantly, stay safe & looking forward to seeing everyone digitally for the time being : )


Written by
Bradley Rothenberg is the founder and CEO of nTopology, an advanced software company based in New York City that focuses on enabling engineers to design, manufacture and ship high-performance products in the least amount of time. nTopology’s breakthrough computational-modeling technology unifies geometry and simulation results into finely tuned manufacturing models, supporting engineers as they collaborate to develop lightweight, optimized parts with functional requirements built right in. Bradley studied architecture at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and has been developing computational design tools for advanced manufacturing for the last 10-plus years.