Multiply the impact of your engineers with programmatic design automation at scale.
Why use nTop Automate?
nTop Automate enables you to execute design workflows at scale in a programmatic environment.
Make design automation easy and combine inputs from different sources to build more intelligent workflows using nTop’s command line interface (CLI).
Run nTop workflows from a variety of programming environments and process automation tools. Execute on a desktop, a server, or the cloud.
Create and update workflows without specialized software development skills, and connect with CAD, CAE, or MDO tools to enhance your process.
How does nTop Automate work?
Easily build reusable design processes with minimal programming skills.
Create your ideal nTop workflow and prepare it for automation.
Run nTop files headlessly through the command line or write scripts.
Execute nTop Automate either on a desktop, a server, or in the cloud.
Use cases for nTop Automate
A practical way to implement design automation into your processes
Modify a large number of similar products all at once using scripts.
- Automate repetitive tasks.
- Automatically generate product families.
- Offload heavy computations to a server.
Explore a wider design space faster with computational design of experiments.
- Generate and evaluate more designs.
- Run DoEs to identify the highest performer.
- Integrate with CAD, CAE, or MDO tools.
Deploy mass customization processes to a production environment.
- Automate personalized design generation.
- Create unbreakable design processes.
- Combine inputs from many data sources.
Supported operating systems
nTop Automate runs on both Windows and Linux, unlocking a number of benefits for users.
- Develop automations in a familiar OS.
- Unlock more economical cloud computing.
- Use available on-premise HPC resources.
Design at scale with nTop Automate
How design automation with additive manufacturing is changing the game for industrial hardware
Using nTop Automate for mass customization
Introducing nTop 4: Realize the full potential of additive manufacturing
- CASE STUDY
SI-BONE achieves design-at-scale of additive implants with batch processing