There are two very different news items from Ricoh.
Generative design applications are famous for making strange looking, often unpractical parts.
3D printing is more involved than hitting Ctrl + P and grabbing a perfect part a few minutes later.
There are dozens of different software tools to produce 3D models for 3D printing, but all fall into four categories.
I follow many 3D printing companies, but there are a few on which I’m keeping a close watch.
nTopology found a way to dramatically speed up their 3D modeling operations.
DiveDesign and Bionic Pets utilize nTopology to design end-use 3D printed parts for applications that don’t require mass manufacturing and instead would benefit from smaller-scale productions.
Stratasys and nTopology execs share a look at their new collaboration, starting with an impressive FDM Assembly Fixture Generator.
Software company nTopology has announced a hefty Series C funding round set to accelerate its offerings of engineering design tools for advanced manufacturing.
There’s a key barrier that’s holding back 3D printing from much more radical use, but it may be about to break down.
nTopology released the latest version of their nTop Platform software, 2.0, and it seems to include some incredibly powerful built-in toolkits.
EOS has developed a new 3D printable material called “Digital Foam”, which is a digital product comprised of software, design, materials and process.
What happened at TCT Show 2019? We were there and provide an overview of our thoughts on this event.
NYC-based nTopology is expanding into Europe.
Have a gigantic 3D model? nTopology’s nTop Platform can easily handle it, and also provide super-complex analyses, simulations and generative design.