nTopology was founded with one goal: To help engineers make better 3D printed parts. Our software offers a fluid transition from mechanical design to DFM, and allows for both explicit and computer assisted creation of highly complex lattices structures.
Element, software to harness the power of additive manufacturing.

With our unique combination of generative, manual, and simulation-based design tools, we let engineers create parts whose functional requirements are baked right in. With Element, you can optimize lattice structures with respect to user-defined inputs, imported data, or our integrated FEA - letting you make the right parts for your application, every single time.
Projects are Element's natural working environment. Volumes are generally interpreted as solid bodies. Rules define some system for generating lattices in 3D or 2D space. Lattices are 2D or 3D structures based (at least loosely) on a system of repeating beams, nodes, or volumes. Modifiers are used to change the properties of lattices and volumes.

With nTopology, you can quickly design parts that are stronger, lighter, and easier to manufacture than ever before.

Then, the topology router automatically routes the bus interconnects, following the pathways defined by the engineer. The resulting routing has the structure and quality usually provided only by experienced designers performing hand routing. The result is meant to be a decrease in design cycle time, increased designer productivity and quality of the board, as well as optimized performance. And since the bus paths are permanently stored with the design database,

the PCB can be incrementally modified or reused in future products without re-entry or re-routing of the buses, Mentor noted.
Mentor said the topology router technology is being released to select customers and will be generally available as an option in subsequent release cycles of both the Expedition Enterprise and Board Station flows.