By George Allen, nTopology Fellow
There are three basic technology pillars at the core of nTop Platform that make it different from most other engineering design software available today:
- Fast unbreakable geometry: A new approach to engineering geometry (implicit modeling) that delivers unmatched speed, scalability, and reliability.
- Field-driven design: A design methodology that lets you drive design variations using formulas, distances, test or simulation results, or other data.
- Remixable workflows: Configurable, automated, reusable, and shareable design processes that capture engineering knowledge.
This document covers the second of these pillars: field-driven design. We will discuss:
- The general concepts of fields and field-driven design (section 2)
- How to create and use fields in nTop Platform (section 3)
- Some example applications of field-driven design (section 4)